Growing healthy communities for birds and people together
The National Audubon Society’s Coleman and Susan Burke Center for Native Plants was established to promote the use of native plants that benefit birds in human communities. Native plants provide food and shelter for birds and can beautify our outdoor spaces and communities, making them more resilient and enjoyable for people too.
As part of Audubon’s Bird-Friendly Communities conservation work, the Burke Center connects community members and conservation leaders with the information and resources that they need to grow more native plants and develop innovative community-driven native plant projects, from backyards to community gardens to public parks and restoration areas.
Resources available through the Burke Center include the following:
Imminent Threat to Greater Sage-Grouse
Tell Congress to oppose a harmful rider that threatens sage-grouse and other wildlife.
Defend the Migratory Bird Treaty Act
Tell Congress and the Department of the Interior to uphold the country's most important bird protection law.
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