Audubon Americas

Colombia's Ecological Wonders: A Working Lands Exploration
February 29, 2024 — Audubon staff and bird migration connect people and places across the hemisphere.
Greater Sage Grouse on Sagebrush Steppe.
Building Back Biodiversity
May 19, 2023 — Celebrating the International Day of Biological Diversity 2023
A streaky white and brown shorebird with a long beak and long yellow legs wades in shallow water.
Water: A Critical Resource for Birds and People Everywhere
May 11, 2023 — Follow the Lesser Yellowlegs to discover important water sources and learn about all the ways they sustain life across the hemisphere.
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.
Panama's Blue Natural Heritage
February 28, 2023 — Steps to valuing, protecting and enhancing our natural coastal heritage.
Andean Motmot.
Conserva Aves, protecting territories of life
December 06, 2022
Chile, the country of birds
December 01, 2022 — Javiera Ferreyra, Audubon Américas Chile director, shares her vision of the country's bird species and habitat richness. This text was initially published by Plataforma Costera.
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.
Flying Together Takes Us Further
October 27, 2022 — We need to erase national borders to achieve solutions with hemispheric impact, and join forces to obtain funds that allow for sustainability. More action and less rhetoric in the fight against climate change.