Mission: The mission of wachiska audubon society is to preserve and restore native grasslands and other natural ecosystems, promote birding, support natural wildlife, provide educational opportunities and advocate on behalf of our natural environment and sustainability in southeast nebraska.
Programs: Programs and education - includes field trips, backyard habitat tours, prairie celebrations, natural science classes and lectures, classroom workshops and general meeting programs.
conservation and habitat - identify and organize projects and programs for habitat preservation, restoration and education. Finding and helping to preserve and restore natural habitat such as natural prairie lands and wetlands.
The Wachiska Audubon Society has one of its priorities to preserve tallgrass prairie remnants in Southeast Nebraska. The group works diligently to seek out landowners who are interested in partnering with them either to set up permanent conservation easements on the prairie parcels or donating the prairies to be held by Wachiska.