Seas & Shores

Our Blueprint for a Resilient Lower Mississippi River

— On World Water Day, Audubon has identified the most important places for birds and people from Missouri to the Gulf Coast.

Chile lanza su Estrategia Nacional para la Conservación de Aves

— Audubon Américas celebra esta importante Estrategia, trabajada en los últimos dos años en equipo con comunidades locales, ONG chilenas, academia, autoridades y entidades internacionales.
pipes lay across a partially constructed island of light-colored sand. the island is near shore, but surrounded by water.

One Good Turn Deserves Another

— A dredging operation provides material to restore Crab Bank, an important seabird sanctuary in Charleston Harbor.

Audubon California's Sarah Rose Joins State and Environmental Leaders to Call for End to Offshore Oil Drilling

— Briefing organized by Asm. Cottie Petrie-Norris (D-Huntington Beach)

Drilling off California's Coast Risks Puts Birds, Communities and Regional Economies at Risk

— It's time to put an end to offshore drilling
Common Murre. Mick Thompson

Biden Administration Opens California Coast to New Offshore Wind Turbine Siting

— “Properly sited wind power that avoid undue impacts to wildlife is an important ingredient in cutting carbon emissions and averting worst-case climate scenarios.”
Reddish Egret. Marjie Goldberg/Audubon Photography Awards

President Biden Uses His First 100 Days to Protect the Ocean

— New policies like offshore energy reform and climate-ready fisheries will protect birds and people from climate change.
A flock of Dunlin in Washington's Skagit Valley. Sheila Pera

Our Blueprint for a Healthy, More Resilient Puget Sound

— Audubon’s new conservation strategy identifies the most important places for birds and people in Puget Sound.
Piping Plover. Matthew Filosa/Audubon Photography Awards

New Science Reveals the Big Impact Stewardship Has on Coastal Birds

— Birds like terns and plovers that are vulnerable to human disturbance need active stewardship to thrive.
Atlantic Puffin with Herring. Shawn Casey/Audubon Seabird Institute

Audubon Applauds New Protections for a New England Fish That Seabirds Rely On

— NOAA approved a new policy to protect Atlantic herring.