The 26,000-acre Paul J Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary in southwest Louisiana makes the National Audubon Society a stakeholder with real interests and concerns over the health and sustainability of this landscape. The Sanctuary was established in 1924 by a donation from the Rainey family, so our presence here as a landowner is approaching a century. At Rainey, the National Audubon Society has developed, implemented, and exported the best practices in land management for almost a century.
The sanctuary will be celebrating 100 years in the community in 2024.
To find out more about the sanctuary, check out its site.