Here, a look at a selection of our conservation works and. 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. Audubon took a big step forward this year by protecting the birds, people and places they need to live and thrive.
Here, we take a look at a selection of our achievements over the past 12 months. Senator Tammy Baldwin went birdwatching with Audubon in Allouez Bay, Superior, Wisconsin, to learn about the Audubon Great Lakes plan to recover declining bird populations across the island. 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. 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.
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 Oneida Nation's recently restored grasslands, swamps and forests to evaluate the success of this restoration. Last year, Audubon and the Audubon Action Fund helped more than 150,000 people to 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. Audubon Vermont recently received a small but significant grant from the Vermont Community Foundation that will allow it to expand its efforts to make the Green Mountain Audubon Center welcoming to all people. The entire event was planned and executed by student leaders and leaders from the Audubon campus chapters, with the support of the Audubon on Campus program throughout the process.
Funded with grants from Audubon in Action and Western Water Network, they have just completed the second year of studies on the western yellow-billed cuckoo, threatened by the federal government, with a team of young scientists recruited from the Sun Devil Audubon section of the Sun Devil campus of Arizona State University. For the first time in the Bird-Friendly Community Proclamations, Resolutions and Ordinances program, the Wake Audubon Society of Wake County (North Carolina) successfully advocated for the adoption of a municipal ordinance on native plants, a law applicable to the city of Cary, North Carolina. As part of the Audubon Delta, the Pascagoula River Audubon Center works to integrate science, education, and politics into its programs and events. Involving communities in climate change The Audubon campus section of San Diego City Community College launched its own Audubon Mural project, which represents birds that are threatened by climate change, and organized a symposium to discuss the effects of climate change with members of the surrounding community, focusing especially on how climate change will affect people in Latin America.
The event brought together project partners, including representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the Lake Superior National Estuary Research Reserve, the Duluth Audubon Society and the Chequamegon Audubon Society, as well as local representatives from the city of Superior. .
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