Dear Friends,

On behalf of Montana Audubon, I am writing to introduce you to our new Center Director, Gabi Morey, and ask that you join us in welcoming her to this important leadership position!

Gabi has been living in Billings and working at Montana Audubon Center for nearly a year as a Teacher-Naturalist. She has more than 20 years of experience working in government and nonprofit roles, including in several leadership positions. 

While meeting with me during her first week in this new role, Gabi stated, "I am thrilled to be the new Director of Montana Audubon Center! It's so exciting to be able to work in this beautiful place that has such importance to the Billings community.  I look forward to working with the staff here to continue to educate the next generation of conservation stewards at the Center."

We are excited to welcome Gabi and look forward to working with her as key part of Montana Audubon's management team. As the Center Director, she will be integral to our success and meeting our mission of promoting the appreciation, knowledge, and conservation of Montana's native birds, other wildlife, and natural ecosystems and to safeguard biological diversity for current and future generations.

Welcome, Gabi!

Yours in Conservation,


Larry Berrin
Executive Director

Helena Office: (406) 443-3949
Montana Audubon Center: (406) 294-5099



Gabi Morey, Center Director
gmorey@mtaudubon.org 

Gabi has been in the field of conservation education for more than 20 years, working for both governmental and non-profit organizations. Her career has taken her all over the country, and before moving to Montana in 2019 she was the Education Outreach Director for a conservation non-profit for 13 years in southwest Colorado. She has always enjoyed teaching people of all ages, mentoring volunteers and staff, and collaborating with community organizations. While in Colorado, she was a founding steering committee member of a coalition that facilitates a more holistic approach to getting youth into the outdoors in Montezuma County. She was also a member of the Southwest Colorado Environmental Education Leadership Council. She has a Master's degree in Wildlife Biology from Michigan State University, and an undergraduate degree in Biology from the College of Wooster in Ohio. In her spare time, Gabi and her family can often be found exploring Montana while hiking, skiing, rafting, mountain biking, and picking huckleberries!





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