Which Wrens Live Near You?
National Audubon Society
Newsletter | February 2019
Marsh Wren.
Marsh Wren.
Which Wrens Live Near You?
Little bird. Big personality. Noisy, active, and territorial, wrens have a way of making their presence known. Learn to identify which ones have staked their claim near you.Read More
 Barred Owl.
Finding Freedom in the Forest
A South Carolina swamp was once a refuge for people escaping enslavement. Now it’s a sanctuary for birds—and an Audubon site devoted to making birding more inclusive.Read More
Barred Owl.
Golden-cheeked Warbler.
Still Protected: The Golden-Cheeked Warbler
Last week Travis Audubon and conservation allies scored a big win for this tiny Texas bird, defeating the latest attempt to remove it from the Endangered Species List before it’s safe to do so.Read More
Golden-cheeked Warbler.
Audubon in Action
The Salton Sea is a vital stopover site for migratory species like American White Pelicans.
Resourceful Science to Restore the Salton Sea
Resolving the Salton Sea’s water crisis demands innovation—and Audubon California delivers, with science that reveals exactly how much water the region’s birds and people need.  Read More
The Salton Sea is a vital stopover site for migratory species like American White Pelicans.
Scarlet Tanager.
Ask Congress to Make Buildings Safer for Birds
Each year, millions of birds die from collisions with buildings—deaths that can be reduced by simple, cost-neutral solutions. Urge your members of Congress to support bird-safe practices for federal buildings.  Act Now
Scarlet Tanager.
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Photos from top: Matthew Filosa/Audubon Photography Awards;  Mike Fernandez/Audubon; Loch Kilpatrick; Design Pics Inc/National Geographic Creative; Linda Steele/Audubon Photography Awards
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