Please join us in welcoming Alex LoCastro as the new Georgia Audubon Conservation Program Coordinator. In this role, Alex will oversee Georgia Audubon's Wildlife Sanctuary Program and will help us roll this popular program out across the state.
Alex LoCastro is an environmental educator, entomologist, and artist from Orlando, Florida. Before joining Georgia Audubon, she worked as an Interpretive Ranger at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, leading educational programs and engaging in habitat restoration in the largest urban old-growth forest in the Piedmont region. Alex is most passionate about insects and the many vital roles they play in our environment, including keeping our native birds fed and pollinating our beautiful native flora. She is looking forward to helping Georgia Audubon in our mission to expand the Wildlife Sanctuary program and get more native plants into peoples’ yards.
Georgia Audubon is building places where birds and people thrive.