Nat Miller

Please join us as we welcome Audubon Great Lakes’ Senior Director of Conservation, Nat Miller. Nat will detail Audubon’s plans and discuss regional strategies with a focus on Ohio’s Lake Erie coast.

As featured in the Columbus Dispatch, the National Audubon Society recently released an ambitious new report titled, Audubon’s Vision: Restoring the Great Lakes for Birds and People, which offers a blueprint for how to best conserve indispensable coastal areas to address the threats facing the Great Lakes region. This vision is guided by a spatial prioritization of marsh birds and is aligned with delivering goals for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and H2Ohio. 

Nat Miller is the Senior Director of Conservation for the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi River at National Audubon Society. Miller joined Audubon in 2014, leading a conservation and science team that uses birds as indicator species to help inform conservation. He works to develop and implement Audubon’s conservation and science programs across the Midwest.

Prior to Audubon, Miller was the assistant director for the Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance and earlier was the Protected Areas Manager at Ya’axché Conservation Trust in Southern Belize. He holds an MA in International Environmental Policy from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Miami University.

This program is free and open to the public, but you must register in advance at