Audubon Society of Omaha
The Audubon Society of Omaha is dedicated to the active promotion of environmental awareness to our community through education, conservation, and enjoyment of our natural heritage, especially birds.
We strive to appreciate, learn, and conserve our region’s unique biodiversity. In doing so, we will help our community appreciate nature and understand its importance. Ultimately, we aim to inspire others to join us in actively protecting our native ecosystems and restoring nature-friendly environments in the greater Omaha area.
ASO prairies are open to the public and available as research study sites.
- ASO partnered with Fontenelle Forest Conservation Department for a 10-acre hilltop savanna restoration project at Neale Woods in North Omaha.
- Proceeds from ASO's biggest fundraiser, the semiannual birdseed sale, are used for local educational and conservation programs.
- ASO significantly contributed to the Uni. of Neb. Foundation to help UNO acquire a tract of prairie adjacent to the Glacier Creek Preserve in northwest Omaha.