Audubon in Action

How Many Birds Can A Bunch of Audubon Staff See In a Year?

May 18, 2023 — We made a pact to do a Big Year collaboratively in 2022. Here's what we saw, and what we learned in those 12 months of birding and sharing.

Audubon Events Marking Earth Day 2023

April 12, 2023 — Across the Audubon network, state offices and chapters are marking Earth Day on and around April 22.

Audubon Spotlight: Melanie Smith Finds Inspiration in the Powerful Force of Nature

September 15, 2022 — An early trip to Alaska set the course of her life, but these days Smith has set her sights on migratory birds across the hemisphere.

Philadelphia Darkens Its Skyline to Protect Migrating Birds

April 13, 2022 — Spurred by a mass collision event, Audubon chapters and partners lead a Lights Out program during spring and fall migration.

Audubon Spotlight: Bethany Chan, A Designer for Others

January 13, 2022 — Chan draws from the triumphs—and struggles—of building a global design cohort to create essential materials for Audubon’s conservation work.

Fore! More Birding, Fewer Invasive Weeds

August 18, 2020 — A decommissioned golf course glow-up benefits birds and local communities thanks to Lahontan Audubon Society and local partners.

What Do Birds and Beef Have In Common?

January 21, 2020 — Audubon’s Marshall Johnson is spreading the word on how your meat purchases can help grassland birds, one burger at a time.

Audubon Scientist Stanley Senner Recognized for Conservation Work

November 25, 2019 — The award acknowledges Senner's lifelong dedication to preserving shorebirds and the places they need all across The Americas.

Banding Birds at 12 Years Old

November 21, 2019 — Watch how Audubon Rockies has helped one young scientist become a skilled bird bander.

Top Audubon Wins for Birds in 2019

November 19, 2019 — Audubon members took more than half a million actions to promote vital climate policies and protect birds and the places they need.