Press Room

National Audubon Society Teams up with Drag Performer Pattie Gonia to Celebrate LGBTQ Pride

— Video series invites LGBTQ community outdoors and highlights conservation issues

Audubon Scientists Develop New Method to Improve Mapping of Bird Migrations

— Four dozen co-authors from leading bird and wildlife organizations use novel approach to better identify the places migratory birds need along their perilous journeys.

Top Music and Hollywood Artists Join Forces in “The Birdsong Project” To Benefit the National Audubon Society in Celebrating and Protecting Birds

— Contributors include Yoko Ono, Yo-Yo Ma, Mark Ronson, Wale, Beck, Andrew Bird, Elvis Costello, Jim James, Karen O, Angélica Negrón, Calexico, Michael Uzowuru, Stephin Merritt, Karen Elson, The Flaming Lips, Nick Cave, and more.

New Legislation Will Help Bring Birds Back Across the Western Hemisphere

— Increased U.S. funding through the Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act will benefit more than 350 bird species.

White House Celebrates Earth Day with Audubon Leaders

— Audubon staff had the honor of taking part in Earth Day activities with the administration, including the announcement of new policy efforts.

Audubon Events Marking Earth Day 2022

While conservation and stewardship of the environment are top of mind every day across the Audubon network, Earth Day on April 22 is a special day

President Biden’s Budget Proposal Advances Clean Energy, Climate Resilience and Equity Goals

— Congress now begins its own process to review spending priorities for the coming fiscal year.

UN Report Offers Solutions to Reducing Emissions and Confronting Climate Change

— While previous reports detailed the extent of the impact of climate change, today’s report prescribes strategies to alleviate threats to both people and wildlife.

Federal Spending Bill Contains Both Progress and Setbacks for Conservation

— Congress continues to invest in important programs but falls short of taking meaningful climate action for birds and people.
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Funding for Saline Lakes Science included in Federal Spending Bill

— An important step to begin addressing challenges facing saline lake habitats—yet more funding needed.