The Bucks County Audubon Advocacy Committee speaks up for a healthy local environment. The committee is made up of staff and volunteers from Bucks County who know that our residents, local economy, wildlife, water and well being all depend on a clean and sustainable environment. 

The advocacy committee meets monthly and we:

  • Create and distribute ‘Five in Five’ alerts to help people take 5 actions in 5 minutes – a weekly notice via email and Facebook
  • Comment on local, state, and national regulations and legislation
  • Work with local governments to encourage sustainable land management practices that help protect wildlife
  • Host events on topics ranging from climate change to recycling

Bucks County Audubon advocacy focuses on four main topics: climate change, clean water, education, and habitat and wildlife protection. 

Birds and Window Strikes – we all lose – a Letter to the Editor (Bucks County Herald)

To learn more about our areas of focus, read our position statements by clicking on image below:

Advocacy Committee Interest

  • Briefly explain what drew you to our committee and why you'd like to become involved

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