Anthony Hauck

Communications Manager, Audubon Conservation Ranching

Anthony has dedicated his career to conservation communications, with nearly 20 years of communications experience in news media, state natural resource agencies, and conservation NGOs. For Audubon, Anthony focuses on publicizing the value of the Audubon bird-friendly habitat certification. This includes growing awareness for the Audubon Certified bird-friendly seal, a special package & promotional label on beef and bison products that tells consumers products were grazed on lands managed for birds and biodiversity. He also works to build a better public perception of grazing – specifically rotational grazing – as an essential grassland habitat management tool that's key to stabilizing declining grassland bird populations.

Anthony is a proud native of the prairie, with grassland and agricultural roots along the Minnesota and South Dakota border. His love for birds took flight at Salt Lake, a historic prairie basin and birding destination bordered by both states.

For media inquiries, please contact Anthony Hauck at anthony.hauck@audubon.org.

Articles by Anthony Hauck

Diggin’ Deeper into the Underworld of Grasslands

June 14, 2023 — Unearthing the importance of native plants and root systems in grassland ecosystems

Grazing Gone Wild

June 08, 2023 — Grassland terms of endearment that define when grazing is good for birds and wildlife

Five Facts about Grasslands that Will Blow You Away

June 01, 2023 — Join the National Audubon Society in celebrating National Prairie Day on Saturday, June 3
A lark bunting sitting on a branch looking at a grassland landscape with cattle.

New Faces Join Front Line of Grassland Conservation

May 17, 2023
A gray and white bird with a black patch over its eye sits in a green, leafy tree.

Audubon Certification Says Missouri's Tin Cup Heritage Farm is For the Birds

May 11, 2023 — Cattle employed for bird conservation in Audubon Conservation Ranching program

Herds for Birds: Audubon Certifies Dixon Water Foundation Ranches as Bird-Friendly Habitats

March 02, 2023 — Audubon bird-friendly certifications cover 21,000 acres of Texas grassland habitat
A lesser prairie chicken stands in the grass.

Alexander Ranch Awarded Audubon Certified Status for Bird-Friendly Habitat Measures

February 22, 2023 — Kansas ranch herd is working for birds, notably the Lesser Prairie-Chicken, in the Audubon Conservation Ranching program

Colorado’s Houseweart Ranch Earns Bird-Friendly Habitat Certification from Audubon

January 05, 2023 — Princess Beef herd is working for grassland birds in Audubon Conservation Ranching program
Western Meadowlark on May Ranch, an Audubon-certified ranch, in Prowers County, Colorado.

R6 Ranch Recipient of Bird-Friendly Habitat Certification from Audubon

December 19, 2022 — R6 herd is working for grassland birds in the Audubon Conservation Ranching program

Southwest North Dakota Shade Ranch Certified as Audubon Bird-Friendly Habitat

November 04, 2022 — Shade Ranch herd is working for birds in Audubon Conservation Ranching program