Audubon protects the birds, people and places they need to live and thrive. Here, we take a look at a selection of our scientific and conservation achievements over the past 12 months. For the past four years, Smith and his colleagues at the National Audubon Society have been working with founding partners and hundreds of researchers to tell the complex story of bird migration using geographic information system (GIS) technology. About Audubon The National Audubon Society protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow.
The Audubon Great Lakes, in partnership with Oneida Nation and Northeastern Audubon Society, and the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, are leading a voluntary initiative to monitor birds in the recently restored Oneida Nation's grasslands, swamps and forests to evaluate the success of this restoration. Audubon Conservation Ranching staff helped raise funds from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to improve the soil and replant native plants on a degraded pasture at the Rafter W Ranch, an Audubon-certified bird-friendly ranch in Colorado. Quick action and partnership with a local winery allowed the Central Kentucky Audubon Society to protect a local population of Henslow sparrows and it was discovered that it could help the species elsewhere. NEW YORK (November 2, 2012) — Researchers from the National Audubon Society published a study that evaluated different approaches to bird conservation depending on the climate in the United States.
Last year, Audubon and the Audubon Action Fund helped more than 150,000 people make their voices heard, fighting for stronger climate measures in the Inflation Reduction Act, for the proclamation to turn off lights and native plants in cities across the country, for the protection of coastal communities and natural infrastructure that also supports bird colonies, and for better water policies across the West. The National Audubon Society protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow, across the Americas through science, promotion, education and conservation on the ground.
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