Audubon Naturalist Society

Audubon Naturalist Society

Address:8940 Jones Mill Rd
Chevy Chase, MD 20815

Phone:301-652-9188
Fax:301-951-7179
Web: www.audubonnaturalist.org
Established: 1897. Description:Seeks to increase environmental awareness and understanding, promote conservation of biodiversity, and protecting wildlife habitat, focusing its efforts in the mid-Atlantic region. Promotes numerous education and conservation programs and maintains three wildlife sanctuaries. Members: 10,000. Dues: $40/year.
Publications: Audubon Naturalist News (6x/year); free to members.

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Thus began Mike's career in association management-first as vice president for administration with the Florida Audubon Society, and later as CEO of the Audubon Naturalist Society in Maryland, CFO of the National Building Museum in Washington, and COO of the Society of Nuclear Medicine in Virginia.
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Statement by Diane Cameron -- Save Ten Mile Creek Coalition; Audubon Naturalist Society
Save Ten Mile Creek Coalition: Am Kolel Jewish Renewal Community, Audubon Naturalist Society, Clean Water Action, Conservation Montgomery; Maryland Native Plant Society, Montgomery Countryside Alliance; Muddy Branch Alliance; Seneca Watershed Partners; Sierra Club Montgomery County Group; Stormwater Partners Network; Sugarloaf Citizens Association; Timber Oak Citizens Association, Watts Branch Watershed Alliance; WeAreMoco
The Ehrlich Administration and federal agencies illegally dismissed a set of transportation projects that would provide more travel benefits and protect communities, parks and the Chesapeake Bay," said Neal Fitzpatrick, Executive Director of the Audubon Naturalist Society.
Individuals and organizations, including Environmental Defense, Sierra Club, Maryland Native Plant Society and Audubon Naturalist Society, have sought an objective analysis of options to address the traffic problems and transportation needs of area residents since Governor Ehrlich launched another study of the proposed ICC in 2003.
Audubon Naturalist Society, Maryland Native Plant Society & the Metcalf- Burton Family
In the US District Court for Maryland, Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Maryland Native Plant Society, and Roger Metcalf and Eve Burton, property owners who would lose their home in Derwood, MD to the ICC, are challenging the US Department of Transportation and other agencies' approval of the ICC because the agencies failed to consider reasonable alternatives and the full environmental impact of the proposed toll road, as required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and other statutes.
In a separate legal challenge, Audubon Naturalist Society, Maryland Native Plant Society, and the Metcalf-Burton family argue the agencies violated their responsibility to consider reasonable alternatives that could improve mobility in the area with less harm to the environment, water quality, and parks.
Legal representation for Audubon Naturalist Society, Maryland Native Plant Society and the Metcalf-Burton family is provided by Sidley Austin LLP.
Mike Harold of the Audubon Naturalist Society, +1-301-652-9188 ext.