What we Do

"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does."

— William James

community commitment

We work locally to connect people with nature: to strengthen our relationship with the land, our water and all living beings that share our home and to foster commitment to protecting and revitalizing our natural heritage and the ecological health of San Miguel de Allende.

Our Programs

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Amigos de la Presa

Providing water-based activities to promote recreation, ecotourism, watershed stewardship and to encourage a water literate society that is aware and informed of the complex challenges in securing and managing our water resources.



Nature in the City

Encouraging everyone to take part in nurturing habitats for both wildlife and people in the places where we live, work and play. Our habitat garden for pollinators at Parque Juarez is a beautiful destination to enjoy watching butterflies, bees and hummingbirds and to learn about creating habitat gardens to support our native pollinators.


Niños y Naturaleza

Inspiring children to become environmental caretakers through our transformative school-based program, which leads them on a journey of discovering the world of nature through the eyes of a bird. En route they develop the values, know-how and confidence to empower them to make a positive difference in the world.


Water Security

Audubon de Mexico is a member of AguaVida, a coalition of 13 non-governmental organizations working in the areas of environmental
and public health, which acts on behalf of San Miguel residents to promote a safe, sustainable and equitable water supply for people and wildlife and protect the quality of life in San Miguel de Allende today and in the future.

Wildlife Care & Conservation

Helping wildlife thrive in our human dominated world through education and by providing resources for injured or orphaned birds and other wildlife.


Cross-cultural Partnerships

Uniting youth, teachers, river restoration practitioners, and birders for deep cultural connections and sustained conservation of our shared migratory birds and their habitats through our participation in the Willamette Laja Twinning Partnership.


Supporting Students and Young Professionals

Providing support to university students in the fields of biology, ecology and/or conservation to help them gain real-world experience, strengthen their skills and broaden their professional network.


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