Audubon Town Hall

What Audubon Is Doing to Protect Birds and People

Tundra Swan. Photo: Mark Boyd/Audubon Photography Awards

Audio from the Audubon Telephone Town Hall on January 31, 2018

Aububon will be hosting a telephone town hall on Wednesday, January 31 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT with President and CEO David Yarnold, Vice President for Conservation Policy Sarah Greenberger, Vice President for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Deeohn Ferris. Audubon members and chapters are invited to take part in this crucial discussion on the year ahead and Audubon’s key priorities. Conversations will include the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, climate action, and growing a bigger, more powerful, and diverse constituency for bird conservation. Please note: participants must pre-register to receive a call on the day asking to join the forum line.

Want to help Audubon defend the MBTA? Contact your representatives in Congress using our Action Alert or write a letter to the editors of your local newspaper. Want to learn more? Read here, or scroll down for a comprehensive take on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and what will happen now that Congress has opened up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling.

Birds That Depend on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act