EDIB at Audubon

How You Can Help Make Birding More Welcoming and Inclusive
January 14, 2022 — It's easy to create a friendly and encouraging birding community when you keep these pointers in mind.
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.
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How Listening to Birds Can Protect the Seal River Watershed
August 09, 2021 — Audubon and the Seal River Watershed Alliance, an Indigenous non-profit coalition, have worked together to record the sounds of a critical bird breeding area.
From Independence to Emancipation Day
June 17, 2021 — On Juneteenth, I celebrate the strength and resilience of Black people who fought for their freedom—and still strive for equity.
Celebrating Black Conservation Heroes at the Sharon Audubon Center
February 26, 2021 — In honor of Black History Month, Sharon Audubon Center partnered with a local high school to inform visitors about conservation heroes of color.
Introducing Birdability Week
October 19, 2020 — A new initiative from Audubon and its partners to make the outdoors accessible for everyone. Here's how you can help.
Audubon Spotlight: Mike Fernandez Is Creating His Own Path in Conservation
October 16, 2020 — Audubon's video producer reflects on his relationship with birds, wildlife, and his Latinx identity.
Want to Make the Outdoors for Everyone? We Have Tips on How to Do That.
September 21, 2020 — Audubon nature center staffers from across the country share advice on how to make birding more inclusive to non-English speaking communities.
Audubon Spotlight: Tykee James Builds Coalitions to Create Change
September 01, 2020 — As Audubon's government affairs coordinator emerges as a leading voice for equity and inclusion, he reflects on the barometers of racial progress.
What White Birders Can Learn From Amy Cooper About Their Own Racism
July 02, 2020 — Outrage isn't enough. Robin DiAngelo, the author of ‘White Fragility,’ explains why the birding community must examine itself.