Conservation Advocacy

The Connecticut Audubon Society offers enlightened leadership on key issues, advises on environmental policy, and champions environmental objectives. We promote environmental, conservation, and other public policies that will:

  • Protect birds and their habitats
  • Preserve open space
  • Strengthen land management
  • Protect inland and coastal wetlands
  • Protect endangered species and their habitats
  • Improve water quality for Long Island Sound, Connecticut’s rivers, and aquifers
  • Reduce toxins in our environment

We work directly with legislators, policymakers, and other stakeholders who can effect change.  We often take a leadership role, working in partnership with other environmental groups – including National Audubon Society, The Nature Conservancy, Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, and local and regional conservation groups.  We recognize the value of working cooperatively to generate more successful outcomes for all of us.

For information about our advocacy work, please contact Milan Bull, our senior director of science and conservation, at mbull@ctaudubon.org.

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