Audubon County was named for John James Audubon, a naturalist and artist. It is in the southwestern part of the state and is bounded by Carroll, Guthrie, Cass and Shelby counties. The present land area is 444 square miles, and the population in 2000 was 6830. The county seat is Audubon.
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Audubon County Advocate Journal
Provides auction sale dates, events, local news and classifieds. With photo gallery and video.
Audubon County Memorial Hospital
Highlights a 25 bed, acute care facility established in 1952. Includes services, an online nursery, a staff directory, job opportunities and related links. Located in Audubon.
Audubon County, Iowa
Presents overviews of cities, tourism resources, descriptions of departments and information about economic development. Includes city maps and photographs.
City-Data.com: Audubon County, Iowa
Profiles population demographics, jobs, housing, agriculture and crime statistics. Includes a list of recreational areas, churches, cemeteries, post offices, charts, graphs and maps.
Iowa State University Extension - Audubon County
Offers agricultural, business, family and 4-H programs and resources. Includes staff directory, news, events, hours and directions. Located in Audubon.
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