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Elizabeth Gray bands a female Redwinged Blackbird during her graduate field studies.
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I'm Proud To Be Part of Your Flock

By Elizabeth Gray
November 03, 2022 — An introduction to Elizabeth Gray, the first woman to hold the title president or CEO at Audubon.
An illustration of a woman and young girl crouching down looking at something in a driveway next to a house.

The Day We Didn’t Save the Starling

By Elizabeth Preston
November 02, 2022 — In our rescue attempt, I thought I was giving my young daughters a lesson in compassion. It ended up being the reminder that I needed.
Press Room

New Audubon Study Reveals Discrepancies in Conservation Planning Methods

By National Audubon Society
November 02, 2022 — Researchers used Audubon’s Survival by Degrees report to compare different approaches to climate-informed bird conservation planning.

State of U.S. Grassland Birds: Still Declining

By Anthony Hauck
November 01, 2022

Climate Watch Announcements

November 01, 2022 — Guidelines for the Winter and Summer 2023 Climate Watch survey periods
Press Room

Audubon Appoints Marketing and Strategy Leaders to National Board

By National Audubon Society
October 31, 2022 — New Directors bring experience in culture-building, corporate strategy, fundraising, and engagement in Latin America and the U.S.

One Lesson From Sandy: Hurricanes Aren’t All Bad for Birds

By Zoe Grueskin
October 28, 2022 — Ten years after the storm devastated the East Coast, science shows its effects on avian habitat were a surprisingly mixed bag.
A bat drinks from a hummingbird feeder at night with its long tongue, two more bats flying up behind it.

How Hummingbird Fans Are Helping to Protect a Border-Crossing Bat

By Lourdes Medrano
October 28, 2022 — By observing nighttime visitors to their feeders, community scientists in Arizona have been central to the recovery of lesser long-nosed bats.