Who are we?



The Virginia Audubon Council (VAC) is a coalition of the six Audubon chapters in the Commonwealth of Virginia. We exist to support chapter efforts and to address issues of common concern whether they be aligning chapter goals and objectives with National Audubon Society's wider strategic plan or to address conservation issues in Virginia. Currently, the VAC is engaged in strengthening the Important Bird Area program in Virginia which consists of 20 IBAs comprising over 3.5 million acres of habitat and is also spearheading with the assistance of grants and fellowships a program to increase Wood Thrush populations in the Commonwealth.

Links to our Chapters


Audubon Society of Northern Virginia

Cape Henry Audubon Society

Northern Neck Audubon Society

Northern Shenandoah Audubon Society

Richmond Audubon Society

Virginia Beach Audubon Society