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Audubon Society

a society founded in 1905 for the preservation of wildlife, especially of birds.
Origin of Audubon Society
named after J. J. Audubon Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • The Audubon Society had found a new field for endeavour, highly prolific in results.

    The Bird Study Book Thomas Gilbert Pearson
  • We have an Audubon Society in our room which I think is very interesting.

  • My three children are members of the Audubon Society, and are greatly interested in all wild things.

  • Let us get as many people to belong to the Audubon Society as we can.

    The Insect Folk Margaret Warner Morley
  • Tell what the Audubon Society is and how it endeavors to conserve the birds of beautiful plumage.

  • In Florida one of the best game wardens of the Audubon Society was killed by these sordid bird-butchers.

  • You belong to an Audubon Society for the protection of the birds?

    The Insect Folk Margaret Warner Morley
  • I think that we (that is the class) are all interested in the Audubon Society for the protection of birds.

  • His reference to birds had recalled her to herself, for she was a member of the Audubon Society and quite up on birds.

    The Gay Gnani of Gingalee Florence Huntley
  • "A member of the Audubon Society, probably," queried the attendant, respectfully.

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