|Text on Button||JUNIOR MEMBER NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY|
Black text around an illustration of a red, white and blue bird on a blue background
|Back Paper / Back Info||
MADE IN U.S.A. Union bug Union bug 313 Union bug 634
In 1910, the National Audubon Society opened their membership to children, allowing them to become junior members with the Audubon Society. With the goal of education in mind, the junior clubs taught conservation and nature studies to educate on the importance of birds. Junior birdwatchers were given a button to show that they were members; this one has a bluebird on the front.
National Audubon Society Junior Member. Retrieved from https://www.thehenryford.org/collections-and-research/digital-collectio…