Hurricane Sandy caused unprecedented devastation across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast U.S. Millions were impacted by the storm. Fortunately, all Audubon staff and volunteers were safe, but the impact to habitat and resources was significant. Several Centers suffered damage from flooding and downed trees. Audubon is working to restore and rebuild in our affected communities across the Atlantic…
On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig exploded, causing one of the worst environmental disasters in American history. Join Audubon as we mark this tragedy with 7 days of action and a renewed commitment to restore the Gulf and prevent future catastrophes. Visit www.audubon.org from April 20-26th for a new action each day. Because Oil & Birds Don’t Mix.
To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats…Read More
The Black-throated Blue Warbler is an Atlantic Flyway priority species. (Photo: Keith Carver)
Offshore oil drilling in the Arctic is a risky and reckless gamble. The weather is violent, the seas are ice-covered much of the year, and it's dark for months at a time.
And yet, drilling rigs are moving into position in America's Arctic, endangering millions of birds, precious habitat, and a way…Read More