Audubon in Action

Audubon Spotlight: Desiree Loggins Is Building a Diverse Coalition by the Border

Audubon Spotlight: Desiree Loggins Is Building a Diverse Coalition by the Border

— As a regional network manager working in the Southwest, Loggins unites communities to fight against a wall that would harm birds and people.
A Native Plants Movement Blooms in Bemidji

A Native Plants Movement Blooms in Bemidji

— In the North Woods of Minnesota, a city is becoming a haven for birds, bees, and other pollinators.
Audubon Spotlight: Victoria Vazquez Is Future-Proofing the Texas Coast

Audubon Spotlight: Victoria Vazquez Is Future-Proofing the Texas Coast

— More rookery islands in Matagorda Bay means better protection against storm surges—and lots of homes for roosting and breeding birds.
Audubon Spotlight: Ella Sorensen Stewards the Birds of Great Salt Lake

Audubon Spotlight: Ella Sorensen Stewards the Birds of Great Salt Lake

— The manager of Audubon's Gillmor Sanctuary in Utah, Sorensen restores and protects the habitat along one of our country's largest lakes.
Audubon Spotlight: Brooke Bateman Is on Climate Watch

Audubon Spotlight: Brooke Bateman Is on Climate Watch

— As a senior scientist for the National Audubon Society, Bateman's work focuses on helping birds survive climate change.
At Francis Beidler Forest, Stories of Escaped Slaves Mingle with Nature

At Francis Beidler Forest, Stories of Escaped Slaves Mingle with Nature

— On Maroons Cultural Heritage Day, Audubon South Carolina transported visitors into the sanctuary's past—when it was a refuge for runaways.
Sharing the Bay Area's Rich Tapestry of Birdlife — with Cindy Margulis

Sharing the Bay Area's Rich Tapestry of Birdlife — with Cindy Margulis

— "You can talk to anybody about a bird; it’s a way of bringing people together."
In Mexico, Grassland Birds and Ranching Can Coexist — with Mauricio de la Maza

In Mexico, Grassland Birds and Ranching Can Coexist — with Mauricio de la Maza

— "That’s how everything kind of melds together: birds, habitat, water, the people, and economics."
Why the Scrub-Jay Should Be Florida's State Bird — with Eva Ries

Why the Scrub-Jay Should Be Florida's State Bird — with Eva Ries

— "It was as though magic happened, because I felt a pair of feet in my hand."
Birding in Philly’s Forgotten Habitats

Birding in Philly’s Forgotten Habitats

— Who goes looking for robins and swallows at the casino and Navy Yard? Lifelong Philadelphian Keith Russell does—for good conservation reason.