Press Room

Effort to Proclaim Chuckwalla National Monument Accelerates with Announcement of Bicameral Legislation 

April 16, 2024 — Audubon and broad coalition of Tribal, community and conservation organizations call for protection of more than 620,000 acres of California desert

Conservation, Sportsmen Groups Express Support for Efforts to Improve Future for Greater Sage-grouse and Sagebrush Country

March 14, 2024 — Proposed BLM management plans makes science-backed conservation a priority

Department of Interior’s Long-term Commitment to Sagebrush Health Wins Praise from Sportsmen & Conservation Groups 

February 08, 2024 — Restoration to conserve “best of the best” remaining sagebrush habitat 

New Audubon Study Will Guide Bird Habitat Restoration in Colorado River Delta

January 23, 2024 — Bird abundance and diversity stand to benefit from more informed and targeted conservation planning.

National Audubon Society Welcomes a New Vice President of Government Affairs

April 03, 2023 — Felice Stadler will lead Audubon’s federal lobbying efforts as well as advancing policy strategy across its hemispheric conservation efforts.

Trust Indigenous Land Stewards to Lead on Global Conservation

December 16, 2022 — Canada’s Indigenous-led conservation initiatives are model solutions for protecting biodiversity

Audubon Announces 2022 Audubon Photography Awards Winners

July 07, 2022 — Premiere North American bird photography competition features stunning photos and videos from professionals, amateurs, and young people.
Four barn swallows.

“For the Birds: The Birdsong Project” Volume II Released Today

June 24, 2022 — Vol. II Artists Include Yo-Yo Ma, Elvis Costello, Natasha Lyonne, Matthew McConaughey, Florence Welch, Alice Waters, Stephin Merritt, Mary Lattimore, The Flaming Lips, Shearwater, Hania Rani, Very Nice Person, and Jeff Goldblum.

New Legislation Aims to Protect Tiny Fish Vital to Seabirds

December 17, 2020 — Audubon supports the Forage Fish Conservation Act.

New Projects Will Restore Much-Needed Bird Habitat on the Gulf Coast

December 09, 2019 — Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council directs over $150 million to restore swamps, wetlands in Louisiana and Alabama.