The Audubon Society of Rhode Island, independent and unaffiliated with the National Audubon Society, owns and protects almost 9,500 acres of woodlands and coastal property embracing diverse natural habitats.
A voice in statewide ecological issues, Audubon actively fulfills its environmental stewardship through preservation and protection of Rhode Island's natural heritage.
The challenges affecting today’s environment are on the rise as we face the climate crisis and new threats to our valuable natural resources. To remain a strong independent voice for nature, the support of our volunteers, members, donors, and fellow community members is crucial.
Sign up for Audubon's Advocacy Alerts and stay up-to-date on the ways you can help Audubon be a strong voice for nature. Things happen fast during the legislative session, and we need your help contacting legislators and other elected officials and join us in attendance at critical hearings.
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5 Ecological Piers
An ecological art installation depicting future sea level rise now shares the diverse habitat at the Audubon Touisset Marsh Wildlife Refuge in Warren, Rhode Island. This year-long project was designed by Leonard Yui, Assistant Professor of Architecture at Roger Williams University. We hope you will visit soon!