Sandhill Crane Photo: Mary Lundeberg/Audubon Photography Awards
Carina Ruiz leading Wild Indigo Programming. Photo: Ivonne Chavez
Virtual educational resources from Audubon's Network in the Great Lakes Region (and beyond) for families to explore together and immerse in the wonder of nature and birds.
El Pájaro y la Ballena: The Bird and the Whale © 2013 - 2020 TheSpanishExperiment.com
Based on "The Bird and The Whale", by Aletta.
Narration: Ana María Álvarez
Blue Grosbeak in serviceberry. Photo: Photo: Dave Maslowski
Growing bird-friendly plants will attract and protect the birds you love while making your space beautiful, easy to care for, and better for the environment.
"In the face of these threats, you can help birds thrive right where you live by making your yard more bird-friendly. Follow the steps below to create a patch of vibrant habitat that attracts colorful birds and their sweet melodies. If you don’t have a yard, you can still help birds by creating a native plant container garden on your patio or balcony. Even very small patches of habitat provide tired, hungry birds with exactly what they need, particularly during migration." READ MORE
Even apartment dwellers can lure birds to their windows with container gardens. Here's how to get yours ready for spring migration.
Piping Plover. Photo: Lorraine Minns/Audubon Photography Awards
From clean air and water to support for the nation’s iconic national parks and national wildlife refuges, many of the same issues that touch people also touch birds.
Chapters enable Audubon members and others to meet and share an appreciation of their common interests. They create a culture of conservation in local communities through education and advocacy, focusing on the conservation of birds, other wildlife and conservation of important habitats. LEARN MORE
The enterprising pair have made Montrose Beach their new home, and not even flooding will keep them from trying to build a family