Make a Donation

Your donation to Mt. Diablo Audubon Society is an investment in the future of native birds, wildlife, and the environment of Contra Costa County. Donations are tax-deductible, as allowed by law. Mt. Diablo Audubon Society’s Federal Tax ID (EIN) is 23-7089801. MDAS does not share information about our donors with any other group or organization.

Donation Levels:
 

    • $5 – $24 California Towhee
    • $25 – $99 California Quail
    • $100 – $249 California Thrasher
    • $250 – $999 California Gnatcatcher
    • $1000 – Up California Condor

Donate Online

Online payments are processed using PayPal because it is secure and widely trusted. You do not need to have a PayPal account if you use a major credit card.




Donate by Check

Make your tax-deductable check payable to MDAS and mail to:

Steve Buffi
Treasurer
1564 Pyrenees Place
Walnut Creek, CA 94598

Mt. Diablo Audubon Society Donation Forms to download and print.

Other Ways to Support MDAS

Register at Wild Birds Unlimited in Pleasant Hill, and owner Michael Eliot will donate 5 percent of your purchases to MDAS. You may also go to smile.amazon.com and designate “MT Diablo Audubon Society” as your charity of choice to direct .05 percent of eligible purchases to our group.

Upcoming Events

Sep 22

Advanced Beginning Birding – Morning Lectures

SEPTEMBER 22 @ 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Instructor: Anne Hoff 5 sessions on Wednesdays and Sundays Venue: Zoom plus field trips Did the Covid lockdown spark or renew your interest in birding? Want to move beyond being able to tell a robin from a jay and be able to sort out the sparrows? Moved across the country and finding new birds? Or maybe you’re […]

Sep 22

Advanced Beginning Birding – Evening Lectures

SEPTEMBER 22 @ 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Instructor: Anne Hoff 5 sessions on Wednesdays and Sundays Venue: Zoom plus field trips Did the Covid lockdown spark or renew your interest in birding? Want to move beyond being able to tell a robin from a jay and be able to sort out the sparrows? Moved across the country and finding new birds? Or maybe you’re […]

Sep 28

Feathered Hunters—Identifying Raptors with Bob Lewis

SEPTEMBER 28 @ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Raptors include hawks, falcons, eagles, vultures, and owls. They are efficient hunters, catching a variety of prey from small mammals and birds to snakes and large insects, using razor-sharp talons. Although identification may seem a bit difficult at first, with a little experience it is possible to identify many raptors in flight as well as […]

Sep 30

Avian Adventures In The Bay Area

SEPTEMBER 30 @ 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Instructor: Miya Lucas And Wendy Beers 6 sessions on Thursdays and weekends Venue: Zoom plus field trips Fall is an avian wonder in the Bay Area. Our location on the Pacific Flyway brings many migrants through as they head south for the winter.  This class will introduce you to some of these visitors, both their visual field […]