Helping Birds

Celebrating Success at Chapter/Network Day 2017

Celebrating Success at Chapter/Network Day 2017

— Passionate chapter leaders and Ambassadors shared their insights and ideas for building the Audubon network’s capacity in 2018 and beyond!
Host an Art Party for Bird Conservation in 8 Easy Steps

Host an Art Party for Bird Conservation in 8 Easy Steps

— Hosting a party for the birds is a one-of-a-kind way to get the younger generations actively involved in conservation!
Environmental Stewards from the Start

Environmental Stewards from the Start

— Conservationists Mark and Robin Prak work to ensure we "leave things in the same or better shape than we found them.”
Beaver Lake Bird Sanctuary Calls to Chimney Swifts

Beaver Lake Bird Sanctuary Calls to Chimney Swifts

— Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society in Asheville hopes to see Chimney Swifts roosting in their new tower at Beaver Lake Bird Sanctuary comes fall. "I’ve seen 3-5,000 go into a single chimney!” describes President Tom Tribble.
A Little Sign Goes a Long Way

A Little Sign Goes a Long Way

— Adding a "Plants for Birds" sign to your native plant garden will help spread the word to your friends and neighbors that your community is bird-friendly!
Meet the 2018 Bird-Friendly Dirty Dozen

Meet the 2018 Bird-Friendly Dirty Dozen

— Meet your Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year for 2018!
Build Your Own Chimney Swift Tower

Build Your Own Chimney Swift Tower

— Find instructions and tips to build a Chimney Swift Tower in your community.
How Easy It Can Be to Welcome Swifts to Your Home

How Easy It Can Be to Welcome Swifts to Your Home

— Mooresville homeowners uncap their chimney so neighborhood swifts can have a place to roost.
116 Years and Growing

116 Years and Growing

— Help count birds for citizen science during the 116th Audubon Christmas Bird Count.