Central New Mexico Audubon Society (CNMAS) is a chapter of the National Audubon Society and Audubon New Mexico.
NEWS: Virtual Annual Meeting – July 16, 2020 – 7pm. Christopher Rustay and Robert Munro will present the story of Melrose Woods, a remarkable migrant trap, with 44 species of warblers reported. Christopher will share some of his experiences with this magical spot and Robert will provide an update about the CNMAS partnership with the State Land Office to protect the area. This presentation will include a brief member meeting, as required annually of all non-profit organizations, and will be conducted over Zoom. Email CNMASreg@gmail.com to register and receive the login information for this Zoom meeting.
CNMAS strives to be not only a leader in the New Mexico birdwatching community, but also an avenue to express ideas and concerns about the environment in a productive way. So whether you just want to get out birding, or you want to devote time and energy to making New Mexico a better place for wildlife and nature lovers, this is the place for you! Browse our site to learn more about what we do and how you can become involved.