With the help of Audubon Minnesota and some controlled fires, a local school recently restored an overgrown field into original prairie habitat.
Audubon's Birds and Climate Change Report shows that than more than 300 species of birds are at risk from climate change. Audubon chapters, centers, and members are taking action to help these birds and reduce carbon pollution. They're advocating for renewable energy, growing native plants to help birds adapt, tracking how birds are responding to the changing climate, and working with decision-makers to find solutions that benefit birds and people.
Birds Tell Us to Act on Climate
Pledge to stand with Audubon to call on elected officials to listen to science and work towards climate solutions.
Find Your Bird-Friendly Plants
Native plants provide birds with the food they need. Use our database to discover the best plants for birds in your area.