Mangroves, a Line of Defense Against Climate Change

— Julio Montes de Oca, director of Coastal Resilience for the Americas, shares how Audubon is advancing in Latin America and the Caribbean one of the priority hemispheric strategies.

See How Climate Change Will Affect Birds Near You

— Learn about Audubon's most recent science report: Survival by Degrees: 389 Bird Species on the Brink
Black Skimmer. Melissa James/Audubon Photography Awards

Climate Change Threatens Seabirds on Both Land and Sea

— Protecting birds and people from sea-level rise and warming oceans is a critical part of climate action.

Higher Water Levels Make Nesting More Difficult for South Florida Spoonbills

— Roseate Spoonbills faced a tough nesting season.

New York's Accelerated Renewable Energy Growth and Community Benefit Act

— The Governor's proposal includes measures to protect threatened and endangered species.

Best of 2019: Audubon North Carolina in Action

— From nesting Least Terns to new native plants laws, the Audubon network rallied to protect North Carolina’s birds and the places they need in 2019.

Explore Our Climate Change Cover

— Using a zoom tool, you can peruse the photos of Audubon members that make up this image of a Great Gray Owl.
Anna's Hummingbirds. Duke Coonrad/Audubon Photography Awards

Washington Legislature Passes Strongest Clean Energy Bill in the Pacific Flyway, Sends to Governor

— Statewide grassroots effort by Audubon Washington and partners paved way to establishing a 100 percent clean energy standard.

Use Your Birding Skills to Support Audubon's Newest Community Science Program

— Climate Watch explores how North American birds are responding to climate change and runs from January 15 through February 15. Sign up today.

Dumping Coal Is Easy. But Who Will Divest the Rest?

— A growing number of institutions are letting their money do the talking.