Audubon in Action

California Is in Uncharted Territory with Its Raging Fires, Posing New Threats to Birds

California Is in Uncharted Territory with Its Raging Fires, Posing New Threats to Birds

— The intense, frequent fires the state has seen in recent years are not normal, and sometimes not healthy for wildlife habitat.
Cocktails and Conservation Pair Perfectly at Seward Park Audubon Center

Cocktails and Conservation Pair Perfectly at Seward Park Audubon Center

— The center's summer series 'Restoration with a Twist' mixes native plants and boozy drinks for a rewarding—and tasty—experience.
Plot Twist: Congress Is Considering a Law That Could Protect Hundreds More Birds

Plot Twist: Congress Is Considering a Law That Could Protect Hundreds More Birds

— The bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act would provide $1.3 billion a year for at-risk species and offer significant benefits for the country’s approach to conservation.
Birmingham Audubon Saves Terns After Beachgoers Destroy Hundreds of Eggs

Birmingham Audubon Saves Terns After Beachgoers Destroy Hundreds of Eggs

— Although the colony of some 600 Least Tern nests took a serious hit, the birds managed to fledge 83 chicks this year.
The Wildlife Guards of Pleasure Beach

The Wildlife Guards of Pleasure Beach

— Audubon Connecticut's WildLife Guards program trains high school students to be conservation stewards in their urban communities.
Happy Hour Conservation

Happy Hour Conservation

— Audubon Arizona makes conservation fun by pairing it with craft beer.
Audubon Alaska Receives a Coast Guard Public Service Commendation

Audubon Alaska Receives a Coast Guard Public Service Commendation

— Using its mapping and ecological expertise, Audubon developed environmentally safe ship-routing measures through vital bird habitat.
Audubon Spotlight: Sanaa Green Brings Detroit’s Communities Closer to Nature

Audubon Spotlight: Sanaa Green Brings Detroit’s Communities Closer to Nature

— A bold mid-life career change led this Wild Indigo Fellow to a new and meaningful path working in environmental justice.
A Ray of Hope for Crab Bank Island and Coastal Birds

A Ray of Hope for Crab Bank Island and Coastal Birds

— The future of this valuable South Carolina rookery is in peril, but Audubon is part of an all-hands effort to save the sanctuary.
A Nature Summer Camp Aims to Make Young Refugees and Immigrants Feel at Home in Idaho

A Nature Summer Camp Aims to Make Young Refugees and Immigrants Feel at Home in Idaho

— The two-week New Roots program introduces teens to the flora and fauna of the Rockies, and answers a question oft-asked by new arrivals: Are there lions in the Boise foothills?