Climate

These Beloved Warblers Migrate North Almost a Week Earlier Than 50 Years Ago

These Beloved Warblers Migrate North Almost a Week Earlier Than 50 Years Ago

— Black-throated Blue Warblers now start spring migration 5.5 days sooner than they did in the 1960s, a new study finds. Is climate change to blame?
Finding Natural Solutions to Cutting Carbon Emissions in Washington State

Finding Natural Solutions to Cutting Carbon Emissions in Washington State

— This legislative session, the Evergreen State can help lead the way in using its own natural resources to capture and store harmful emissions
Antarctica’s Most Numerous Penguin Has Suffered Huge Declines, Expedition Finds

Antarctica’s Most Numerous Penguin Has Suffered Huge Declines, Expedition Finds

— Scientists counting Chinstrap Penguins on Elephant Island tally fewer than half as many birds as nested there almost 50 years ago.
Congress Must Seize Opportunity to Enhance the Sustainability and Resilience of Our Infrastructure

Congress Must Seize Opportunity to Enhance the Sustainability and Resilience of Our Infrastructure

— Initiatives in a proposed infrastructure framework would mitigate the effects of climate change for both birds and people.
As Waters Continue to Rise, Florida's Keys Face a Daunting Future

As Waters Continue to Rise, Florida's Keys Face a Daunting Future

— During this year's Christmas Bird Count on Key West, the impacts of climate change were impossible to ignore.
Can Kangaroo Island's Glossy Black-Cockatoo Survive Australia's Fires?

Can Kangaroo Island's Glossy Black-Cockatoo Survive Australia's Fires?

— The endangered birds have lost a significant amount of habitat, leaving conservationists concerned about their long-term prospects.
New Legislation Taps into Coasts’ Potential to Store Carbon Pollution

New Legislation Taps into Coasts’ Potential to Store Carbon Pollution

— Audubon supports the introduction of the Blue Carbon for Our Planet Act.
Some Wisconsin Birds Are Already Moving to Canada Due to Climate Change

Some Wisconsin Birds Are Already Moving to Canada Due to Climate Change

— The state's newest bird atlas shows species shifting northward over the past 20 years—a pattern that is being seen nationwide, experts say.
These Students Are Partnering With Corvids to Replant a Forest After Fire

These Students Are Partnering With Corvids to Replant a Forest After Fire

— Island Scrub-Jays are acorn-planting machines. Might flying foresters be just what today's scorched Western landscapes need?
After Hurricane Dorian, a Survey Shows Hope and Concern For Bahamas' Birds

After Hurricane Dorian, a Survey Shows Hope and Concern For Bahamas' Birds

— In the weeks after the storm, park managers and scientists went to assess habitat and avian losses—a mission that's becoming all too familiar.