Audubon of Kansas, Inc. (AOK) is a statewide organization established to promote appreciation and stewardship of Kansas’ natural ecosystems, with special emphasis on conservation of prairies, birds, other wildlife and their habitat.
AOK is a grassroots organization made up of more than 5,000 members. It is governed by a Board of Trustees consisting of leaders from each of the Audubon chapters in Kansas and other dedicated conservation leaders who share a common interest in implementing Audubon’s goals and mission statement.
AOK is not funded or administered by the National Audubon Society or any other organization, although AOK works in partnership with local Audubon chapters and many other organizations. AOK seeks to implement its goals by working cooperatively with individuals and groups representing a wide variety of interests including landowners, businesses, communities, policy makers and other conservation organizations.
The mission of Audubon of Kansas includes promoting the enjoyment, understanding, protection, and restoration of natural ecosystems. We seek to establish a culture of conservation and an environmental ethic.