Hot Springs Village Audubon Society
We enjoy and protect birds and other wildlife in and around Hot Springs Village, through advocacy, education, and conservation.
HSV Audubon is a non-profit 501(c)(3) and is a chapter of the
National Audubon Society.
Some of our greatest bird populations are threatened by development, competition for nesting sites, attacks from predators, environmental changes.
Become a part of the greater effort to protect birds and other wildlife and share the joy of Arkansas's natural resources. Join our 200+ members.
To foster a scientific knowledge and understanding of the ecology and natural history of the flora and fauna of the Village and surrounding area;
To assist, where possible, in supporting or in stimulating interest or measures aimed at conserving natural resources and the protection of wildlife;
To engage in educational, scientific, literary, historical, or philanthropic pursuits as are compatible with the stated purposes of the Society
HSV Audubon Society dedicates all its activity income to educational, ecological, and conservation purposes. Revenue comes from various sales (Bird Seed, Bird House, Bird Feeder, HSV Bird Checklist, etc.), classes, membership dues and donations.
HSV Audubon Society was granted 501(c)(3) status effective January 1999.
HSV Audubon History →
Our partners are important to us. Together we work to improve the bird population and environment.
The current revised edition of the Hot Springs Village Audubon Society By-Laws is attached. At the October 2013 meeting, a revision of the By-Laws was unanimously passed by all members present at the meeting.