EDIB at Audubon

A photo of a bird perching on a thin branch with greenery on it, clamping down with its beak on two orange and white winged bugs.
EDIB at Audubon

Community as a Cornerstone of Conservation

By Laura Aguirre
July 19, 2023 — Mitchell Lake Audubon Center and Latino Outdoors support community-centered conservation in San Antonio.

For the Community, From the Community: A Conversation with Marcos Trinidad

By Liz Muñoz Huber
January 10, 2023 — Trinidad—center director at Audubon Debs Park in Los Angeles—spoke with us about his roots in LA, his work making the outdoors more inclusive, and his new podcast Human/Nature.
Press Room

Trust Indigenous Land Stewards to Lead on Global Conservation

By Elizabeth Gray and Stephanie Thorassie
December 16, 2022 — Canada’s Indigenous-led conservation initiatives are model solutions for protecting biodiversity
Audubon Americas

Flying Together Takes Us Further

By Aurelio Ramos
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.
María Gabriela Núñez Montellano holds a White-fronted Woodpecker, a small black and white bird with a long beak.

Systemic Barriers Hinder Bird Research, Say 124 Latin American Ornithologists

By Grace van Deelen
October 17, 2022 — A new preprint from scientists across the region asserts that advances in neotropical ornithology will require a stronger commitment to inclusion.

Sebastian Moreno Wants Everyone to Feel Empowered to Be a Community Scientist

By Liz Muñoz Huber
September 22, 2022 — Moreno—an environmental conservation Ph.D. candidate, licensed falconer, and Latino Outdoors volunteer—spoke with us about his research on community science and the importance of access to the outdoors.
Audubon in Action

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

By Martha Harbison
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.
A person wearing a baseball cap and glasses stands in a birding blind. Trees are visible through the windows in the background.

Bird Warde Wants to Introduce You to Your Next Favorite Animal

By Gabrielle Saleh
September 02, 2022 — We spoke with the illustrator who created Audubon’s 2022 Let’s Go Birding Together design about art, inspiration, and the joy of discovery.
Shey Smith (left) and Tatyana Soto (right)

How Bird Photographers Shey Smith and Tatyana Soto Developed Their Passion

By Gabrielle Saleh
July 11, 2022 — Smith and Soto talked with us about all things bird photography, including how they took the leap to chase after their passion.
Western Water News

Audubon Discusses Western Water and More With Secretary of the Interior

By Haley Paul
February 23, 2022 — Secretary Haaland was joined by congressional delegation, tribal and city leaders.