Audubon Americas

Articles by Audubon Americas

Loretto Arriagada, marine biologist, Audubon Chile

From Canada to Chile, Meet the Women of Audubon Americas Working Throughout the Hemisphere

February 08, 2024 — Four members of the Audubon Americas team remember how they started their journey towards science and celebrate the personal discoveries along the road.

Why it is worth changing Colombia's productive landscapes

March 27, 2023 — By working productive landscapes and connecting different ecosystems, we provide safe habitats for birds and biodiversity and achieve environmental benefits for people while improving the productivity and profitability of farmers and communities with a long-term sustainable impact.

Americas Flyways Initiative: birds, game-changers for saving nature

December 16, 2022 — The initiative will identify at least 30 critical landscapes and seascapes along the Americas flyways for urgent conservation, restoration, and management by local partners, communities, and indigenous peoples.

Cattle ranching for birds: a song for sustainability

November 24, 2022 — The new Sustainable Cattle Ranching Playbook recently launched by Audubon Americas shares the ancient and vital connection of people and birds, and best practices to boost productivity while helping birds.

Mangroves, a Line of Defense Against Climate Change

July 27, 2022 — Julio Montes de Oca, director of Coastal Resilience for the Americas, shares how Audubon is advancing in Latin America and the Caribbean one of the priority hemispheric strategies.

Piping Plover Gains Ground in The Bahamas

June 22, 2022 — Three sites in The Bahamas are recognized as Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) and international conservation priorities for the endangered Piping Plover. Audubon Americas celebrates the result of this collaborative effort to map these critial sites.

3,000 Dead Sooty Shearwater in Chile is Far from Normal

May 03, 2022 — Audubon Americas Chile joins 15 organizations in the urgent call to review current fisheries legislation.
Harpy Eagle.

10 Fun Facts About the Harpy Eagle

April 10, 2022 — April 10th is National Harpy Eagle Day in Panama. We join the celebration with 10 fun facts that you might not know about this amazing raptor that crowns the Panamanian coat or arms.
Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs migrate long distances.

Elevating Audubon’s Work to Save Birds and the Places They Need Across the Americas

February 28, 2022 — Celebrating great achievements across the hemisphere in 2021.

New Data-driven Species Mapping Makes More Accurate Range Maps

October 26, 2021 — Data-driven methods are rapidly changing how mapping species is done. New perspectives are shared in a recent research article, coauthored by Audubon Americas leading scientist, Jorge Velásquez-Tibatá.