As a Walker Communications Fellow, Annie Cebulski hopes to capture the heart of Audubon’s mission through storytelling. She plans to focus her projects on Audubon’s diversity and intersectionality initiatives to inspire a new generation of conservationists. Previously, Cebulski reported on social justice issues for the non-profit GroundUp in Cape Town, South Africa, before earning her bachelor’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Outside of work, Cebulski enjoys heartburn-inducing spicy food, Midwestern banter, and a good walk through the park.


Articles by Annie Cebulski

Bird-inspired Kombucha Infusions to Quench Your Thirst

By Annie Cebulski
November 05, 2019

Audubon California's Bird Data Shows the Path Forward at the Salton Sea

By Annie Cebulski
September 17, 2019 — Critical bird surveys at this southern California saline lake will help direct how restoration will proceed at this vital Pacific Flyway bird stopover.
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In Vermont, a Popular Program Seeks to Make Hiking as Inclusive as Possible

By Annie Cebulski
June 25, 2019 — The success of Pride Hikes shows that LGBTQ-safe spaces outdoors continue to be needed—and cherished.