Use the drop-down menu and button at the bottom of the page to select your membership option and join NEW Audubon.  You can also mail us your completed membership form and payment. The form with mailing information can be downloaded below.

Membership Options

NEW Audubon & National Audubon Society Joint Membership - $35.00/year

NEW Audubon & National Audubon Society Joint Membership - $35.00/year

NEW Audubon & National Audubon Society Joint Membership - $35.00/year

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Become a member of both the Northeastern Wisconsin Audubon Society and the National Audubon Society.  Joint members receive a subscription to National Audubon magazine in addition to the following local membership benefits: 

  • Free wildlife field trips to outstanding natural areas, led by experts, to experience singing birds, calling frogs, migrating monarch butterflies, and more throughout the year.
  • Member programs with presentations by guest lecturers on natural history topics of interest.
  • Seasonal editions of our newsletter the Audubon Log, which will let you know of upcoming events.
  • The satisfaction of knowing you are supporting the protection of our Wisconsin environment and the education of people, young and old, on the importance of birds, wildlife and their natural habitat.

NEW Audubon Local Membership - $25.00/year

NEW Audubon & National Audubon Society Joint Membership - $35.00/year

NEW Audubon & National Audubon Society Joint Membership - $35.00/year

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 Become a member of the Northeastern Wisconsin Audubon Society.  Local membership benefits include: 

  • Free wildlife field trips to outstanding natural areas, led by experts, to experience singing birds, calling frogs, migrating monarch butterflies, and more throughout the year.
  • Member programs with presentations by guest lecturers on natural history topics of interest.
  • Seasonal editions of our newsletter the Audubon Log, which will let you know of upcoming events.
  • The satisfaction of knowing you are supporting the protection of our Wisconsin environment and the education of people, young and old, on the importance of birds, wildlife and their natural habitat.