When we organize, we take flight.
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Your voice is one of the most powerful assets when it comes to protecting birds and the places they live, and right now it’s as important as ever to be heard. We are coming together and building power across the nation to save birds, and we want you with us!
During the COVID-19 crisis, we will continue our webinars, office hours, and community conversations. We know that this is a stressful time, and we hope that this Flock can provide some essential comaraderie and purpose in uncertain times. We know you all have new, quickly changing realities—so join what you can, when you can. We’ll be here for you anytime.
We must join together to make a real difference for birds. Last year, Audubon released the ground-breaking climate change report Survival by Degrees that made one thing abundantly clear: We’re facing a bird emergency. The report offered a stark warning, but it also offered hope by showing that if we act today, we can help most climate threatened birds survive well into the future.
The Audubon Campaigns team is here to help you take the first steps in breaking down complex problems to run and win issue campaigns, no matter where you are starting. Join the community by signing up for the Find Your Flock email list now. We will be in touch with updates, trainings, and resources—and let you know when and how you can raise your voice to help birds.
The Audubon Campaigns team is holding monthly trainings and regular office hours throughout 2020 to help you and supporters across the nation - and the world - find your flock and work together to make the change birds and people need.
We’re facing a bird emergency, but we know that if we act today, we can help climate-vulnerable birds survive well into the future. So consider us your flock and join us. Join the Campaigns email list and we will be in touch with more ways to get involved and raise your voice to help birds.
OUR NEXT WEBINAR
Join the August "Find Your Flock" webinar. We’ll be talking about the difference between education, advocacy, and lobbying, including the different types of nonprofits that engage in those activities. Register here.
The third round of our foundational Audubon Campaigns webinar. This informative training includes an overview of advocacy and how we’re keeping up and modifying our important work to save birds, even during the current crisis. Watch the recording here.
This session theme was digital advocacy and recruitment, and we were joined by special guests Molly Tsongas from Audubon California and Kim Brand from Audubon North Carolina. They provided insights from successful Virtual Lobby Days, where they organized dozens of virtual meetings to connect Audubon members with legislators and each other. Watch the recording here.
An interactive webinar on how to get the word out about your advocacy activities, with a focus on interacting with the media and how to talk to your community and about climate change. Watch the recording here.
Join the second round of our foundational Audubon Campaigns webinar! The real change that birds need will come from all of us organizing and working together, and this training will help you get started. This informative training includes an overview of advocacy and how we’re keeping up and modifying our important work to save birds, even during this crisis. Watch the recording.
One of the most common campaign tactics – meeting with your decision makers – can also be one of the most intimidating. On March’s Campaigns webinar, you will learn how to talk to decision makers in order to get the change we need. Watch the recording.
Do you ever feel powerless or wonder how you can do more to help birds in your community and beyond? Join us to learn all about grassroots power and how you can harness it. Learn how to identify decision makers, show your power, and win campaigns. Watch the recording.
We are coming together and building power across the nation to save birds, and we want you with us! Our Advocacy 101 training will give you the tools that you need to get started. All you need to bring along is the desire to get involved and change the world for good. Watch the recording.
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