Birds are telling us we are in a climate emergency and it is wreaking havoc on our communities, our lands, and our waters. We're living on a warming planet, with growing inequities, where natural spaces, birds, and wildlife are disappearing at an alarming rate. The survival of some of our most beloved and familiar birds, including the Common Loon, Rufous Hummingbird, and Wood Thrush, is in question. Nearly every species will see changes to its habitat, range, and migratory patterns.
But, there is hope.
Join Audubon in working for science-based solutions to counteract the effects of climate change and pollution. We need to dramatically reduce carbon emissions wherever possible, and offset what we cannot eliminate by maintaining healthy forests, supporting sustainable agricultural practices, and more.
Pledge to stand with Audubon as we call on elected leaders to create a brighter future for birds and people through durable and inclusive policies and climate solutions.
Rufous Hummingbird. Photo: Walter Nussbaumer/Audubon Photography Awards