The Louisiana Audubon Council (LAC) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) organization comprised of Audubon Chapters and National Audubon Society members (who are not affiliated with an Audubon Chapter).
The LAC gives chapters throughout the state a chance to share news, ideas, concerns and strategies.
Organized in 1989, the LAC has been involved in protecting bottomland hardwoods, wetlands habitat, and endangered species. The Council has taken a primary role in alerting the public to the existence of mercury-contaminated fish which, when consumed, can adversely affect human health and wildlife.
The Council board meets four times a year, with its annual election of officers occurring in September.
President - Barry Kohl
Delegates to Louisiana Audubon Council
Officers: 2007-2008 Revised: 1/27/08
President: : Dr. Barry Kohl *, Orleans Audubon,
Vice Pres: Mr. Rick Bryan, Central La Audubon,
Secretary: Mr. Harvey Stern *, Orleans Audubon,
Treasurer: Ms. Andrea Mattison, Central La Audubon,
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