Audubon Urban Ecologists conducting water sampling. Photo by Melanie Furr.
The Georgia Audubon Scholarship Fund supports scholarships for youth and adult educational fee-based programs hosted by Georgia Audubon. Please see below for further information about each scholarship opportunity and instructions on how to apply.
Georgia audubon scholarship fund
Georgia Audubon values the diversity of both birds and people. As part of our efforts to make our programs accessible for everyone interested in learning more about birding and natural sciences, we have established a scholarship fund to cover the cost of program participation for individuals/groups for whom cost is a burden. These scholarships are applicable to all Georgia Audubon programs for which there is an associated fee, including but not limited to Atlanta Urban Ecologists, Master Birder, Taking Wing, school programs, and webinars and workshops. Partial scholarships may also be available.
We are committed to creating educational opportunities that inspire and engage people of diverse backgrounds in conservation by instilling an appreciation for birds and the natural world.