Audubon in Action

Climate Advocates Show Up in Record Breaking Numbers for Lobby Day 2019

Climate Advocates Show Up in Record Breaking Numbers for Lobby Day 2019

— The momentum for 100 percent clean energy in Washington state is at a high, thanks in large part to local advocacy efforts.
The Secret Lives of Black Rails, and the Scientists Who Seek Them

The Secret Lives of Black Rails, and the Scientists Who Seek Them

— Deep in Louisiana marshes, the Black Rail is a master of stealth. Now, a tactical team is shining a light on the species, with hopes to demystify its behavior and win it protections.
2019 Audubon Convention

2019 Audubon Convention

— Find out more, sign up for registration updates, and start planning your trip today.
How Much Water Do Birds and People Need at the Salton Sea?

How Much Water Do Birds and People Need at the Salton Sea?

— Scientists with Audubon California dug deep into science to develop a calculator to find out.
Birds in the Air: Talking Conservation and Christianity With the Next Generation

Birds in the Air: Talking Conservation and Christianity With the Next Generation

— At Baylor University’s symposium on faith and culture, young leaders made it clear that caring for the environment is at the core of their identity.
How an Audubon Educator Transformed an Entire Pennsylvania Community with Native Plants

How an Audubon Educator Transformed an Entire Pennsylvania Community with Native Plants

— Thanks to some seeds, soil, and a lot of dedication, students are learning about science, connecting with nature, and greening the city of Norristown.
Congress Is One Step Closer to Expanding a System That Keeps Shorelines Pristine

Congress Is One Step Closer to Expanding a System That Keeps Shorelines Pristine

— The Coastal Resources Barrier Act protects 3.5 million acres of bird habitat and saves taxpayers billions—but it uses decades-old, hand-drawn maps.
How Hundreds of Volunteers Protected California's Tricolored Blackbirds

How Hundreds of Volunteers Protected California's Tricolored Blackbirds

— Data collected from a triennial spring survey has helped gain the birds state-wide protections. Now they're being considered for a federal listing.
One Person’s Leftovers Are Another Person’s Treasure

One Person’s Leftovers Are Another Person’s Treasure

— Extra sand is an outcome of all dredging projects, and Audubon wants to use it to rebuild a vital nesting island in South Carolina.
Atlanta's Largest Park Gets a (Chimney) Swift Makeover

Atlanta's Largest Park Gets a (Chimney) Swift Makeover

— Surrounded by native plants, a 24-foot-tall tower, the first of its kind in Georgia, stands as a beacon in the fight to reverse the species' decline.
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