Audubon of Kansas

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Mission
Promoting the appreciation and stewardship of natural ecosystems in Kansas and the central Great Plains, with special emphasis on conservation of prairies, birds, other wildlife, and their habitat.


General Information
Audubon of Kansas (AOK) is an independent 501(c)(3) grassroots organization established to promote appreciation and stewardship of natural ecosystems, with special emphasis on conservation of prairies, birds, other wildlife, and their habitat. AOK works in Kansas, Nebraska, and the central Great Plains. It is neither funded nor administered by the National Audubon Society.

AOK is made up of members and supporters from across the state of Kansas and numerous states across the region. A Board of Trustees governs the organization, consisting of conservation leaders, farmers and ranchers, and others who share a common interest in implementing AOK's mission and goals. 

Although AOK is neither funded nor administered by the National Audubon Society or any other organization, it 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.
 


Services Offered

Animal Assistance

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Contact

210 Southwind Place
Manhattan, KS 66503
(785) 537-4385
aok@audubonofkansas.org

Organizational Head

Ron Klataske
(785) 537-4385
aok@audubonofkansas.org

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