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Coastal erosion in the spotlight at Audubon Society climate conference
— The goal of the conference was to educate people on how they could take action in their communities to mitigate issues such as sea level rise and stronger, more intense storms, one official said.
Audubon Hosts Second Annual Long Island Climate Conference
— Experts discuss strengthening coastal resiliency in a warming world
Championing Local Solutions for Birds in a Changing World
— Audubon is engaging the younger generation to combat climate change
Plants for Birds in a Warming World
— You can help birds threatened by climate change through bird-friendly gardening.
Audubon Launches New Community Science Program, Calls for Volunteers
— Birds provide important information about our changing climate.
How to Join Climate Watch, a Community Science Program from Audubon
— Explore how North American birds are responding to climate change by participating in Climate Watch. Here's how to get started.
Meet Our Field Organizers
— Audubon's climate strategy depends on mobilizing and building its extensive, bipartisan network. This team makes that happen.
Audubon Holds First Long Island Climate Conference
— Participants learned simple actions they can take to help birds at-risk in a changing climate.
Climate change has New York songbirds lagging spring's quickening arrival
— A recent study shows some New York state migrating songbirds lagging on their return trips home each spring.
Seven New York Chapters Participate in New Climate Study
— The Climate Watch program engages volunteers to document bird responses to a warming climate.
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