Audubon in Action

Audubon Scientist Stanley Senner Recognized for Conservation Work

Audubon Scientist Stanley Senner Recognized for Conservation Work

— The award acknowledges Senner's lifelong dedication to preserving shorebirds and the places they need all across The Americas.
Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019: Local Everywhere

Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019: Local Everywhere

— We acted locally to save birds.
Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019: Partnerships

Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019: Partnerships

— We partnered with big brands like Canon and Allbirds
Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019: Historic Agreements and Protected Habitats

Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019: Historic Agreements and Protected Habitats

— We reached historic agreements, protected habitats, and secured wins for birds and people.
Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019: Programs and Initiatives

Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019: Programs and Initiatives

— We created programs and initiatives that benefit birds and people.
Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019

Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019

— Audubon members took more than half a million actions to promote vital climate policies and protect birds and the places they need.
Audubon's Campus Chapter Program Is Taking Off in Mississippi

Audubon's Campus Chapter Program Is Taking Off in Mississippi

— This September, Magnolia Grove Audubon from University of Mississippi and Birds of a Feather from Rust College volunteered together at the 20th Annual Hummingbird Celebration at Strawberry Plains Audubon Center.
For Former Campus Chapter Leader Tara Hohman, the Chapter Was Just the Start

For Former Campus Chapter Leader Tara Hohman, the Chapter Was Just the Start

— The Audubon ecologist helped launch a campus chapter at her university. Now she's guiding conservation along the Mississippi River.
Talking Birds and Climate Change With Both Sides of Capitol Hill

Talking Birds and Climate Change With Both Sides of Capitol Hill

— Legislators and conservationists meet to discuss challenges and solutions at a summit in Washington, D.C.
Hundreds of Swifts Struck the NASCAR Hall of Fame Last Night; 97 Died on Impact

Hundreds of Swifts Struck the NASCAR Hall of Fame Last Night; 97 Died on Impact

— The incident in Charlotte, North Carolina, has puzzled experts, who can only speculate as to why Chimney Swifts were on the move at night.