Mega-flock of Semipalmated Sandpipers.

United Nations Wildlife Conference Focuses on Migratory Species

February 15, 2024 — The theme “Nature Knows No Borders” encourages international collaboration
Northern Lights

Exploring the Boreal Forest of Manitoba

December 27, 2023 — Tomas Koeck shares stories from his travels north.
Cape May Warbler, close-up on a branch

How Long Do Migratory Birds Stay?

December 18, 2023 — A glimpse into a Cape May Warbler's journey south
Shorebirds feeding in tidal mudflats.

Protecting Critically Important Marine Habitat on Washaybeyoh/Weeneebeg (Hudson/James Bay)

November 28, 2023 — Audubon supports Indigenous-led conservation on a unique Boreal landscape.
Thumbnail image for video. Image of a Cape May Warbler in a tree.

Hundreds of Thousands of Boreal Birds Traveled Through the Tadoussac Dunes

October 14, 2023 — A new video series showcases this extraordinary phenomenon
Canada's flag illustration

Canada Shows Leadership in Halting Biodiversity Loss

August 31, 2023 — Audubon commends the Government of Canada’s global and domestic leadership on conservation and biodiversity.
Wet American Golden-Plover standing on the ground.

Tullik’s Odyssey Continues into the Boreal Forest and Across Canada

August 24, 2023 — An interview with Jeff Wells, Vice President of Boreal Conservation with National Audubon Society on the American Golden-Plover Southbound Migration Project.
Boreal Chickadee

Boreal Forest Experiences Record-breaking Wildfire Season

July 25, 2023 — Why it should matter to all of us and what can be done about it.
Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs migrate long distances.

Elevating Audubon’s Work to Save Birds and the Places They Need Across the Americas

February 28, 2022 — Celebrating great achievements across the hemisphere in 2021.

Protecting Mangroves in Panama to Create a Better Climate Future

August 14, 2020 — A new project with the Panama Audubon Society combines science, policy, and community engagement.