Audubon de México

Go wild! Be one with nature


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We’ve gone wild!

With the new year upon us we are introducing a new look for our Audubon de México logo. Our new logo, above, incorporates the elements of fauna, water and land in a way that better represents our expanded mission.

While we are still dedicated to promoting the appreciation and protection of birds,  our mission is to connect people with nature in order to strengthen our relationship with the land, our water and all living beings that share our home. This fosters our commitment to protecting and revitalizing our natural heritage and the ecological health of San Miguel de Allende.


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Great Backyard Bird Count

Help add San Miguel’s birds to the annual worldwide census of birds.

February 15-19 

Count birds in your garden or nearby park.  Count for one day or all four days, for just 15 minutes a day

Sunday, February 17

GBBC Birdwalk along the Rio Laja

Monday, February 18

GBBC Kayak Outing on the Presa Allende


Save the Date!

March 21, 2019    5 pm – 7 pm

Instituto Allende Education and Arts Center

A benefit for our Niños y Naturaleza program. This is our 2nd year hosting this festival which recognizes the timeless relationship between art and nature, and the power of art as storyteller, messenger and metaphor to evoke emotional connections to nature and the community of life.

There will be small artworks available for purchase as well as several decorated benches, each created by notable San Miguel artists.

Mark your calendar and plan on joining us for this fabulous event!


Take a walk on the wild side.
Join our monthly, guided bird walks every
3rd Sunday of the month.  This month we have added a kayak outing too.

Sunday, February 17, 2019


water outings

Amigos de la Presa leads group kayak outings and other water adventures on the Presa Allende several times per month.

Check out the schedule here.


Wild Hikes & Outings

Hikes and outings to experience spectacular scenery and learn about the natural wonders and cultural heritage of San Miguel.  Saturday, February 23 – Red-tail Hawk Canyon (for those who missed it the first time) and Saturday, March 2 River Laja Canyon and Hacienda Juan Pablo.


Contact Us


+(52) 415 119 4671



Calzada de la Aurora #30
San Miguel de Allende
GTO, 37700 México

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