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Get a Birding Boost: Join the Great Backyard Bird Count

— Positive vibes go both ways when people connect with birds.
A brown striped sparrow seats on a branch stuck in barbed wire.

Audubon Issues 100th Bird-Friendly Habitat Certification to Badger Creek Ranch

— Badger Creek Ranch herd in Colorado is working for birds through Audubon’s Conservation Ranching program.

2023 Audubon Photography Awards Open for Entries

— The North American photography and video contest is accepting entries until March 1, 2023.

Study Identifies Areas Most Likely to Sustain Biodiversity in a Changing Climate

— Study calls for areas to be prioritized in conservation efforts like the America the Beautiful Initiative.

Recently Passed Federal Funding Package Makes Investments in Natural Climate Solutions

— The Fiscal Year 2023 appropriations bill includes important wins for climate and conservation, though fails to include important legislation that would greatly benefit wildlife.

Congress Passes Audubon-backed Bill to Assess and Monitor Saltwater Lake Ecosystems in the West

— To better protect people and birds, Audubon science makes the case for the U.S. government’s first coordinated regional assessment of Great Basin saline lakes.

Trust Indigenous Land Stewards to Lead on Global Conservation

— Canada’s Indigenous-led conservation initiatives are model solutions for protecting biodiversity

Americas Flyways Initiative: birds, game-changers for saving nature

— The initiative will identify at least 30 critical landscapes and seascapes along the Americas flyways for urgent conservation, restoration, and management by local partners, communities, and indigenous peoples.

Bipartisan Water Resources Bill Modernized to Meet 21st Century Issues

— Audubon applauds funding for water infrastructure, climate resiliency, environmental justice.

Aves y Biodiversidad – La Construcción de un Futuro Compartido para Todos

— La delegación de Audubon se unirá a los líderes mundiales en la conferencia mundial sobre biodiversidad COP15 en Montreal para abordar la disminución de la biodiversidad y promover soluciones equitativas a la doble crisis climática y de biodiversidad.