The mission of the Ventura Audubon Society is to promote at the local level, by education and action, the protection and restoration of bird populations and wildlife habitat for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biodiversity.
Our Mission is achieved by the following activities:
• Conducting volunteer research on bird distribution and populations.
• Working to restore natural areas through removal of non-native plants and re-vegetation with native plants.
• Education about natural habitats and the species that use them and Audubon activities through monthly programs and newsletters.
• Education of children to be good stewards of the earth through supporting Audubon Adventures programs in local classrooms.
• Working to preserve natural habitats by reviewing and commenting on environmental documents for land use to the various government agencies involved in planning and, where necessary, supporting legal action to ensure protection of environmental quality and diversity
• Creating an appreciation of various habitats and their wildlife and plant resources by conducting field trips.