Protecting birds and their habitats

Photo: Micheal Sandoz

Conservation in our Community

For more than a century The National Audubon Society has protected birds and their habitat for the benefit of humanity as well as the earth’s biodiversity. Our legacy is built on science, education, advocacy, and on-the-ground conservation. We bring all of this together through our unparalleled network. This combination of expertise and on-the-ground engagement makes Audubon a truly unique and trusted force for conservation.

Audubon’s mission is more urgent today than ever before. Natural habitat and open spaces are disappearing at an alarming rate. Protections for wildlife, natural places, and clean air and water are in jeopardy. By protecting birds, we’re also safeguarding the Western hemisphere's great natural heritage for future generations, preserving our shared quality of life and fostering a healthier environment for us all.

Gulf Coast Bird Stewardship
As shorebirds return to the Gulf Coast to nest, they face many challenges—including lasting impacts of the BP oil disaster from 10 years ago. Audubon’s Coastal Bird Stewardship Program engages communities to protect these birds and the places they need. See more HERE!

Pascagoula River Audubon Center Conservation Projects

How you can help, right now