Audubon in Action

After Five Years, the Sagebrush Songbird Survey Ends on a High Note

After Five Years, the Sagebrush Songbird Survey Ends on a High Note

— Almost 300 community scientists collected valuable data about the health of this hallowed habitat and its residents.
New Bill Would Put Seabirds at Risk

New Bill Would Put Seabirds at Risk

— Congressman Don Young (AK) introduced a bill yesterday that would rollback protections for marine fish and harm seabirds.
Connecting Campus Chapters to Drive Local Conservation

Connecting Campus Chapters to Drive Local Conservation

— The Audubon on Campus chapter program arrives in Mississippi and attracts a network of students that want to create a birding community for all.
In Vermont, a Popular Program Seeks to Make Hiking as Inclusive as Possible

In Vermont, a Popular Program Seeks to Make Hiking as Inclusive as Possible

— The success of Pride Hikes shows that LGBTQ-safe spaces outdoors continue to be needed—and cherished.
At Seattle's Seward Park, Making the Outdoors for Everyone Is a Priority

At Seattle's Seward Park, Making the Outdoors for Everyone Is a Priority

— Seward Park Audubon Center’s Outdoor Asian Owl Prowl event is just one of the many ways it connects its diverse community to the environment.
Oakland Has Its First Official Bird Thanks to These Dedicated Kids

Oakland Has Its First Official Bird Thanks to These Dedicated Kids

— After two years and a lot of hard work, a student-run campaign to make the Black-crowned Night-Heron the city's mascot sees success.
Inland Lakes Keep California’s Grebes Afloat—Until Waters Get Too Low

Inland Lakes Keep California’s Grebes Afloat—Until Waters Get Too Low

— Last summer ended in calamity for a nesting colony at PG&E's Lake Almanor. Now an Audubon chapter is fighting back to ensure that birds and locals get all the hydration they need.
A New Wave of Advocates Arrives in Washington

A New Wave of Advocates Arrives in Washington

— At a recent fly-in event, Audubon volunteers challenge Congress to save seabirds.
Speaking up for Birds

Speaking up for Birds

— Audubon members in Colorado learned how to lobby their legislators at Getting Green Laws 2019.
Extreme Weather Caused Chaos for This Year's Crane Tourism Season

Extreme Weather Caused Chaos for This Year's Crane Tourism Season

— Nebraska's Rowe Sanctuary saw a record number of migrating Sandhill Cranes, but the lack of visitors mean a hard financial year ahead.