Audubon in Action

Pulses of Water Bring Life to the Famished Colorado River

Pulses of Water Bring Life to the Famished Colorado River

— The critical bird habitat is springing back, according to a new report. Here’s what you need to know.
Revitalizing Vacant City Lots to Feed People—and Birds

Revitalizing Vacant City Lots to Feed People—and Birds

— In Buffalo, New York, gardeners are growing crops and native plants to bring food and wildlife to communities in need.
More than 260 Million Gallons of Water Began Flowing Into the Parched Rio Grande This Month

More than 260 Million Gallons of Water Began Flowing Into the Parched Rio Grande This Month

— A historic collaboration between Audubon New Mexico and Native American tribes should help ease dry times for local birds and people.
How a Former Phoenix Landfill Became Home for Displaced Burrowing Owls

How a Former Phoenix Landfill Became Home for Displaced Burrowing Owls

— Thanks to a crowdsourced protection effort led by Audubon Arizona, the owls are once again thriving.
What’s Going on With the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?

What’s Going on With the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?

— The future of the refuge is still up in the air after a lengthy deadlock in Congress. Here’s what to know about the current state of affairs.
The Arctic Just Got a Welcome Reprieve

The Arctic Just Got a Welcome Reprieve

— A decade-long battle around offshore drilling in the Chukchi Sea is finally coming to an end.
Meet Some of Baltimore's Youngest and Brightest Green Leaders

Meet Some of Baltimore's Youngest and Brightest Green Leaders

— With help from the Patterson Park Audubon Center, students in Baltimore are teaching their peers about issues surrounding climate change.
Making a Home in the Strangest of Places

Making a Home in the Strangest of Places

— A pair of Great Lakes Piping Plovers is nesting successfully—on an Illinois Superfund site.
Urban Oases Are Springing Up in Connecticut

Urban Oases Are Springing Up in Connecticut

— A new program finds the best places to create green spaces for underserved communities and migrating birds.
Building a New Future for the Colorado River

Building a New Future for the Colorado River

— Audubon's new Colorado River Project director, Jennifer Pitt, talks about how we can save one of the country's most iconic waterways.