Membership in your local Audubon chapter: Atlantic Audubon Society
Annual dues of Chapter Membership is $20 for an individual or $30 for a family. Chapter membership entitles you to participate in our meetings and field trips and to receive our newsletter and advance notice of all AAS events via email. Your chapter membership helps make possible our ten yearly programs, educational outreach, scholarships, and more!
To support your local Audubon chapter, join or renew your AAS membership by following the steps below.
Fill out our easy online membership form by clicking the link below.
Pay your Atlantic Audubon Society membership dues either online or by mail. You can pay online via PayPal or Venmo. If you wish to use your personal PayPal account, click the button below and send your payment to email@example.com. Or scan the QR code and send your payment to @AtlanticAudubon using Venmo (please indicate what your payment is for).
If you would like to mail a check, you can make the check out to Atlantic Audubon Society and mail it to:
Atlantic Audubon Society
P.O. Box 63
Absecon, NJ 08201
National Audubon Society Membership
Membership in your local Audubon chapter is separate from membership that you may choose to have in the National Audubon Society.
You do not have to be a member of the National Audubon Society to be a member of your local chapter, and membership in the National Audubon Society does not automatically enroll you as a member in your local chapter. They are two separate memberships.
Members of the National Audubon Society receive Audubon magazine and support the National Audubon Society.
If you use the following link to join the National Audubon Society, Atlantic Audubon will be eligible for additional funding from National Audubon Society, if it is the first time you are joining National Audubon Society or if it's been many years since your last renewal. It's another great way to support your local chapter! Any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: New Jersey Audubon is an independent Audubon and is not a chapter of the National Audubon Society nor affiliated with AAS.