New Orleans,
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October
2018
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09:48 PM
America/Chicago

Audubon Nature Institute Offers Admission Discounts for Residents of Areas Impacted by Hurricane Michael

Offer Valid Through Wednesday, October 31

Audubon Nature Institute is offering discounts through Wednesday, October 31,  on admission to Audubon attractions for residents of Florida, Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina communities forced to evacuate because of Hurricane Michael.

With the purchase of one adult admission, guests will receive two complimentary admissions for children up to 12 years of age. The offer is valid through the end of October and is limited to a maximum of four discounted admissions per party.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to our friends and neighbors from communities on the coast who have been forced to leave their homes as a result of this storm,’’ said Audubon Nature Institute President and CEO Ron Forman. "During this trying time, we are happy to provide this opportunity to enjoy Audubon's attractions.''

Admission discounts are for Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. The offer applies to admission only and is not valid with other discounts or coupons. The offer does not apply to any combo package.

Guests are asked to provide proof of residency in communities affected by Hurricane Michael to receive the discount.

Audubon Nature Institute

Audubon Nature Institute operates a family of museums, parks and research facilities dedicated to celebrating the wonders of nature. Through innovative live animal exhibits, education programs, and scientific discovery, Audubon makes a meaningful contribution to preserving wildlife for the future. Audubon Nature Institute flagships include Audubon Park, Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Entergy Giant Screen Theater, Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, Audubon Louisiana Nature Center, Freeport-McMoRan Audubon Species Survival Center, Woldenberg Riverfront Park and Audubon Wilderness Park. Ron Forman is President and CEO of Audubon Nature Institute.