Nearly half of North America’s bird species, and about 40 percent of its waterfowl, spend at least part of their lives in the Mississippi Flyway. Audubon is making a difference for the birds, habitats, and communities of this great flyway.
With a century-long legacy of conservation along the Gulf Coast, Audubon is committed to helping this vital region recover – from the BP oil disaster and also from decades of other environmental assaults. Together, we can create a vibrant, sustainable gulf region for birds, for people and for the future.
Conservation Groups, Native Organizations Celebrate Wilderness Recommendation for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Obama makes historic announcement recommending permanent protection for Arctic Refuge!
Between December 14, 2014 and January 5, 2015 tens of thousands of participants will brave inclement weather to help scientists ass
- New Obama Administration Draft Report Highlights Risks of Arctic Ocean Drilling
- New Audubon Study Reveals Climate Change Effects on Many Bird Species
- New York State Creates New Incentives for Saving Grassland Birds
- A Birder's Guide to Everything--Exclusive Audubon Clip
- Audubon and Toyota Award $1.3 Million to 70 Environmentalists Through Toyota TogetherGreen