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Our Purpose

As a chapter of the National Audubon Society, our purpose is to conduct education, science, and charitable activities to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats.

History of the Chapter

You might be amazed at all the things we've done since 1971!

And please Contact Us if you can provide any details from 2005 to the present. We'd like to bring this History up to date. Should be a fun project. Thanks.

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AAS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

2019/2020 Officers and Directors

  • President: Chris Kemmerer
  • Vice President: Alexandria Zwanziger
  • Secretary: Betsy Riter
  • Treasurer: Daniel Kemmerer

Terms ending May 2020

  • Director: Ann DePaulis
  • Director: Rich Riter
  • Director: Dale Rupert

Terms ending May 2021

  • Director: Georgia Kagle
  • Director: John Latsha
  • Director: (vacant)

A current list of contact information for Officers, Directors, and Committee Chairs can be found on page 2 of our Newsletter.


Chapter Region

Appalachian Audubon Society serves an approximately circular area from Carlisle in Cumberland County, east across the Susquehanna River to eastern Dauphin County, north to Millersburg, and south to just north of York.


Appalachian Audubon's chapter territory (per National Audubon Society) officially includes residents of the following zip codes:
17001, 17007, 17011, 17013, 17015, 17018, 17019, 17020, 17022, 17023, 17025, 17027, 17032, 17034, 17036, 17043, 17050, 17053, 17055, 17057, 17061, 17065, 17068, 17069, 17070, 17072, 17074, 17081, 17090, 17093, 17101, 17102, 17103, 17104, 17105, 17106, 17107, 17108, 17109, 17110, 17111, 17112, 17113, 17120, 17121, 17122, 17123, 17124, 17125, 17126, 17127, 17128, 17319, 17323, 17339, 17358, 17502, 17550, 17570