Founded in 1962, the New Mexico Ornithological Society (NMOS) was organized to: gather and disseminate accurate information concerning the bird life of New Mexico; promote interest in and appreciation of the value of birds, both aesthetic and economic; support effective conservation of the state’s avifauna; facilitate opportunity for acquaintance and fellowship among those interested in birds and nature; and issue publications as a means of furthering these ends. The society is a non-profit organization. Membership in NMOS is open to anyone with an interest in birds. Our members include amateur ornithologists of varying skill-levels, as well as professionals.
The New Mexico Ornithological Society serves as the primary clearing house for information on the distribution, occurrence, and status of New Mexico birds. NMOS sponsors several programs to gather and disseminate such data. Membership in the Society includes subscriptions to the two quarterly publications NMOS Bulletin and NMOS Field Notes.
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