Tackling Climate Change in Ohio

Climate change threatens 314 species of North American birds, including 50 species in Ohio. Audubon is working in the Buckeye State to spread the word and protect the birds we all love. Learn more about the birds at risk, the latest news, and what you can do to help. If you have questions or would like to volunteer, contact Tami Lunan, Audubon's field organizer in Ohio.

Ohio's Climate-Threatened Birds


Scarlet Tanager

Audubon's climate model projects a 93 percent shift in this tanager's current summer range.
American Kestrel

American Kestrel

Audubon's climate model forecasts overall winter gains and summer losses for the species, with substantial northward movement of suitable range.
wood duck

Wood Duck

The widespread and beautiful Wood Duck may be forced north by climate change, putting stress on the bird.


How to Go Solar in Ohio

Getting solar panels on your rooftop is good for birds and more affordable than ever. Check out details on solar energy in Ohio, plus incentives and other programs.
White-breasted Nuthatch

Audubon Climate Advocacy Guide for Ohio

This guidebook offers concrete ways you can help Ohio birds in a changing climate, such as growing native plants, contacting your public officials, writing letters, and hosting events.

Here Are Three of the Ohio Birds at Risk from Climate Change

Many beloved species of birds in Ohio are threatened by climate change. Learn more about three of them, how you can help, and download our flyer to share.


Audubon Climate Heroes

Helping Birds, One Honeysuckle Bush and Statehouse Visit at a Time

Audubon is fighting for climate-threatened birds in Ohio by cleaning up habitats and spreading the word about the threat.
Audubon in Action

An Industrial Brownfield In Ohio Gets a Makeover Fit for Birds

Columbus, Ohio, isn’t exactly known as a birding mecca. But an Audubon Center, located a mere mile from downtown, is attracting avian species galore—and people, too.

Welcome to Warblerstock, Ohio's Grooviest Birding Festival

During spring migration, Magee Marsh braces itself for an all-out warbler (and birder) invasion.
Aullwood Center. Courtesy of Aullwood Audubon Center & Farm
Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm

Visit Us

Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm, located in Dayton, provides activities that increase understanding and preservation of the planet by children and adults through education, research, and recreation.
Grange Insurance Audubon Center

Visit Us

Grange Insurance Audubon Center's mission is to awaken and connect participants to the beauty of the natural world in the heart of Columbus and inspire environmental stewardship in their daily lives.