Audubon in Action

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.
How Hurricane Michael Affected the Florida Panhandle's Coastal Landscape

How Hurricane Michael Affected the Florida Panhandle's Coastal Landscape

— The devastation to human communities is overwhelming, but the story for birds is more complex.
Plans to Build an Airport in a Louisiana Bird Refuge Canceled After Outcry

Plans to Build an Airport in a Louisiana Bird Refuge Canceled After Outcry

— Elmer's Island Wildlife Refuge hosts almost 200 species of birds annually. That seems like a bad place for airplanes.
The Discovery Center in Philadelphia Has Opened Its Gates

The Discovery Center in Philadelphia Has Opened Its Gates

— Audubon’s newest nature center will provide outdoor experiences for all Philadelphians in collaboration with the Strawberry Mansion community and Outward Bound.
Led by Tribal Scientists, Montana’s Trumpeter Swan Revival Is a Triumph

Led by Tribal Scientists, Montana’s Trumpeter Swan Revival Is a Triumph

— After two decades the Flathead Indian Reservation’s breeding program prepares for its swan song.
The Latest From South Carolina and North Carolina: Hurricane Florence's Impact

The Latest From South Carolina and North Carolina: Hurricane Florence's Impact

— Updates from the field as Audubon staff and partners prepare for landfall and assess the storm's damage.
Highlighting Nature and History in a Storied Philadelphia Landmark

Highlighting Nature and History in a Storied Philadelphia Landmark

— The Discovery Center in Strawberry Mansion will be an educational destination and a place for reconnecting with a long-standing piece of Philadelphia history.
In Harlem's Jacob Schiff Park, Four New Birds Join the Audubon Mural Project

In Harlem's Jacob Schiff Park, Four New Birds Join the Audubon Mural Project

— Twenty-six youth apprentices painted the murals of climate-threatened birds on the walls of a local playground.
After 27 Years of Service, a Veteran Is Using Her Training for Conservation

After 27 Years of Service, a Veteran Is Using Her Training for Conservation

— Mary Abrams joined Audubon's Climate Ambassador program to serve and protect habitats like the ones where she grew up.