Tracking Golden-wings, From North Carolina to South America

New research could reveal mysteries behind a rare songbird's decline.

Golden-winged Warbler. Photo: Arni Stinnessen/Audubon Photography Awards

News & Updates

Celebrating the Network of Landowners who Protect Forests and Birds
Forest Landbird Legacy Program

Celebrating the Network of Landowners who Protect Forests and Birds

This year, Audubon hit the road to celebrate the people who make our Forest Landbird Legacy Program possible.

Meet the Pine Island Intern
Coast

Meet the Pine Island Intern

Anya Charu Raheja interned at our Outer Banks Sanctuary through the Coastal Semester program at the Coastal Studies Institute.

Refuge No More: Changing Climate Threatens Birds in NC Refuges
Media Releases

Refuge No More: Changing Climate Threatens Birds in NC Refuges

Left unchecked, warming temperatures could affect habitat conditions at refuges from Mattamuskeet to the mountains.

Audubon Invites Volunteers to Join the 123rd Christmas Bird Count
Community Science

Audubon Invites Volunteers to Join the 123rd Christmas Bird Count

The longest-running bird census provides important data for scientists and conservationists worldwide.

Curtis Smalling: Five Highlights from the Bird Migration Explorer
Bird Migration Explorer

Curtis Smalling: Five Highlights from the Bird Migration Explorer

We asked our conservation director to give us his favorite insights and bird stories from the new interactive platform.

Five Years Later, the First Lady’s Native Plants Garden is Thriving
Bird-Friendly Native Plants

Five Years Later, the First Lady’s Native Plants Garden is Thriving

This Native Plants Week, get inspiration for fall planting from the bird-and-butterfly garden at the Executive Mansion.

Native Plants Week 2022: Plant for Birds this Fall
Bird-Friendly Native Plants

Native Plants Week 2022: Plant for Birds this Fall

Gov. Roy Cooper has set aside Oct. 17-23 as Native Plants Week; celebrate by growing more in your yard.

2022 U.S. State of the Birds Report Reveals Widespread Losses of Birds in All Habitats—Except for One
Conservation

2022 U.S. State of the Birds Report Reveals Widespread Losses of Birds in All Habitats—Except for One

In 50 years, birds have increased overall in wetlands, a singular exception that shows the way forward for saving birds and benefiting people.

Audubon Awarded Grants for Habitat Restoration at Pine Island Sanctuary, Cape Fear River
Media Releases

Audubon Awarded Grants for Habitat Restoration at Pine Island Sanctuary, Cape Fear River

— $400K from Land and Water Fund will support projects to revive a degraded water system and combat erosion.
Coastal Nesting Recap: First for Skimmers, Record Volunteering, Crab Research & More
Coast

Coastal Nesting Recap: First for Skimmers, Record Volunteering, Crab Research & More

Despite troubles with storms and predation, birds at Audubon’s coastal nesting sanctuaries fare well.