Climate

Climate Change Is Hitting National Parks Harder Than Anywhere Else in the Country

Climate Change Is Hitting National Parks Harder Than Anywhere Else in the Country

— And yet, despite warming twice as fast, our parks still remain the best protection for wildlife adjusting to changing environments.
Birders Don't Need to Be Told That Catastrophic Climate Change Approaches

Birders Don't Need to Be Told That Catastrophic Climate Change Approaches

— A new report warns that we're approaching the point of no return—a fact that close observers of nature have known for years.
Guardians of the Grebes

Guardians of the Grebes

— To protect climate-threatened Hooded Grebes, volunteers camp out at remote, high-elevation lakes in Patagonia for the entire breeding season.
Shorebirds Experience Dismal Breeding Season Due to a Quirk of Climate Change

Shorebirds Experience Dismal Breeding Season Due to a Quirk of Climate Change

— Across the Arctic, late snowmelt wrecked the breeding season for many shorebird species already experiencing major declines.
The Audubon Mural Project Paints a Milestone 100 Species

The Audubon Mural Project Paints a Milestone 100 Species

— Marrying public art and climate change, six new species become ambassadors for conservation on the streets of northern Manhattan.
Timing of Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Is Key to Case on Wildlife Threatened by Climate Change

Timing of Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Is Key to Case on Wildlife Threatened by Climate Change

— If the SCOTUS nominee takes the bench by October 1, his vote will likely decide if endangered species law can protect wildlife in a changing climate.
Beavers to the Rescue

Beavers to the Rescue

— Beavers play a role in maintaining wetlands, helping birds and other wildlife
Why Climate Change Is a Bird Issue

Why Climate Change Is a Bird Issue

— Polluting shouldn't be free; it's time for a price on carbon.
In Alaska, Starving Seabirds and Empty Colonies Signal a Broken Ecosystem

In Alaska, Starving Seabirds and Empty Colonies Signal a Broken Ecosystem

— Mass die-offs and breeding failures, now ongoing for years, have marine biologists worried that this is a new normal caused by climate change.
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.