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National Audubon

BirdNote partners with Audubon and Audubon Magazine to develop and share stories about how people are protecting birds by conserving habitat, engaging in citizen science, and creating bird-friendly communities.

 

Audubon’s mission is To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity. For more than a century, Audubon has built a legacy of conservation success by mobilizing the strength of its network of members, chapters, Audubon Centers, state offices, and dedicated professional staff, to connect people with nature and the power to protect it. Learn more about National Audubon and read Audubon Magazine.

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A Sampling of  BirdNote Shows Featuring National Audubon


 

Birds and Bird Conservation Matter

An interview with National Audubon's President and CEO, David Yarnold. Listen >>

 

 

People Caring for IBAs

Patrick Comins, Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon Connecticut, explains why Long Beach and its adjoining salt marsh near the town of Stratford are so important for birds. Listen >>

 

 

Patrick Comins on Being a Conservationist

The Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon Connecticut explains what being a conservationist means to him.  Listen >>

 

 

What's That Bird?

Mark Oswood, president of North Central Cascades Audubon in Washington State, explains how they use bird carvings in natural settings to teach kids about birdwatching. The game is called What's That Bird? Listen >>

 

 

Christmas Bird Count

Highlighting a widespread citizen science program and the longest running wildlife survey in the world. Listen >>

 

 

John James Audubon's Birthday

April 26th is the birthday of this flamboyant, groundbreaking artist, dedicated observer, adventurer, and writer and the man after whom the Audubon Society was named. Listen >>

 

 

50th Anniversary of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

December 6, 2010 was the 50th anniversary of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Learn how organizations like National Audubon are banding together in support of wildlife refuges.  Listen >>

 

 

Vaux's Swift Roost in Monroe

An effort by a small Audubon chapter to save a valuable stopover site for this neotropical migrant. Listen >>

 

 

Birds and Wind Power

What effect does wind power have on birds? Scientists are taking a close look.  Listen >>

 

 

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