Sociedad Audubon de México, A.C.
Sociedad Audubon de México is based in San Miguel de Allende, a beautiful colonial town in the mountains of central Mexico. It is the only Audubon chapter in the country, and is conscious of its responsibility to represent and protect the natural world in Mexico. “The Sociedad Audubon de Mexico, as a bird focused organization, recognizes that a healthy environment is critical to the survival of birds and all other elements of nature, and we operate from this perspective.”
Our Vision is to become the most effective advocate for the protection and appreciation of birds and all other elements of nature in the San Miguel de Allende area and environs.
To conserve, restore and protect habitats and natural resources for the benefit of birds, wildlife, humanity and the earth's future, and to provide opportunities to enjoy and learn about our natural heritage.
Board of Directors
President - Linda Whynman
Vice Presidents - April Hildner, Bob Graham
Secretary - Suzanna Turino
Treasurer - Norman Besman
Membership - April Gaydos
Events Coordinator - Linda Whynman
Fundraising - Alfredo Garcia-Lucio & Bruce Janklow
Lectures - Michael Wheatcroft
Trips - Colleen Besman & Rodrigo López
Publications and Products - Linda Whynman
Bird Walks - Bob Graham, Signe Hammer, Norman Besman
Government Liaison - Gerardo Arteaga
Website - Paul Lopez
Environmental Advocacy/Grants - Bruce Janklow, Steve and Tricia Singer
Environmental coalition - April Gaydos