Photo: Francine_Ouellette/Audubon Photography Awards
Bird Emergency Requires Urgent Action
On October 11th, 2019, a new study - Survival by Degrees- 289 Bird Species on the Brink - was released from National Audubon Society scientists that builds on Audubon’s 2014 Birds and Climate Change Report that revealed climate change is the number one threat to birds.
Funding for the protection, restoration and healthy growth of the nationally significant watershed helps birds, people and local economies.
On June 4, 2019, the John James Audubon Center, in partnership with Montgomery County and the National Audubon Society, celebrated the grand opening of a new 18,000-square-foot museum and nature-based facility with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Solutions: Audubon is pioneering innovative approaches to make buildings safer for birds. Solutions: People ‘see’ glass because we understand buildings. Birds need strong clues on or around glass reducing reflective surface to warn them that it’s there.