National Audubon Society

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Audubon's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.

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Take a stand to protect North Carolina’s birds from a changing climate

Birds are nature’s first messengers of how climate change is impacting the Earth we all share. At the National Audubon Society, we’ve been studying the impact of climate change on birds, and the research shows that many could disappear forever due to changing food sources, competition, and timing of the seasons. North Carolina needs ideas that will drive innovation and preserve our environment, and that requires leadership from both sides of the aisle.Join us and encourage our conservative leaders to support clean energy and free market reforms that protect birds and preserve the North Carolina we all know and love.Based on Audubon’s own exhaustive research, we’ve identified 170 bird species in North Carolina that will have fewer and fewer habitable places to live throughout the year due to climate change. Birds like the Bald Eagle and the Scarlet Tanager are in serious jeopardy unless we act immediately to change course.Now, we need your help. We need bird lovers from across the county to join us and take a stand to protect North Carolina’s birds. By taking a stand and adding your name, you are sending a message to our elected leaders that they must take action to protect birds. This includes promoting the use of clean energy, taking steps to reduce carbon emissions, and conserving bird habitats.Will you join us? For the sake of birds, other wildlife, and people, we must act to stop climate change. Together, we can secure a legacy of a clean and healthy planet for future generations to enjoy. Photo Credit: pchoui/iStock by Getty Images

National Audubon Society
1,492 supporters

Support clean energy to protect Ohio’s birds

Birds are nature’s first messengers of how climate change is impacting the Earth we all share. At the National Audubon Society, we’ve been studying the impact of climate change on birds, and the research shows that many could disappear forever due to changing food sources, competition, and timing of the seasons. Ohio needs conservative ideas that will drive innovation and preserve our environment.Join us and encourage our conservative leaders to support clean energy and free market reforms that protect birds and preserve the Ohio we all know and love.Based on Audubon’s own exhaustive research, we’ve identified 50 bird species in Ohio that will have fewer and fewer habitable places to live due to climate change. Birds like the Bald Eagle and the Scarlet Tanager are in serious jeopardy unless we act immediately to change course.Now, we need your help. This year, our state legislators are deciding whether or not to continue our state’s policy of investing in cleaner, cheaper, and abundant forms of energy. By taking a stand and adding your name, you are sending a message to our elected leaders that they must take action to protect birds. This includes promoting the use of clean energy, taking steps to reduce carbon emissions, and conserving bird habitats.Will you join us? For the sake of birds, other wildlife, and people, we must act to stop climate change. Together, we can secure a legacy of a clean and healthy planet for future generations to enjoy. Photo Credit: pchoui/iStock by Getty Images

National Audubon Society
1,512 supporters

Take a stand to protect birds from a changing climate

Birds are nature’s first messengers of how climate change is impacting the Earth we all share. At the National Audubon Society, we’ve been studying the impact of climate change on birds, and the research shows that many could disappear forever due to changing food sources, competition, and timing of the seasons. Our country needs ideas that will drive innovation and preserve our environment, and that requires leadership from both sides of the aisle.Join us and encourage our conservative leaders to support clean energy and free market reforms that protect birds and our planet. Based on Audubon’s own exhaustive research, we’ve identified 314 bird species that will have fewer and fewer habitable places to live throughout the year due to climate change. Birds like the Bald Eagle and the Scarlet Tanager are in serious jeopardy unless we act now to immediately change course. We need your help. Join bird lovers from across the county to take a stand to protect birds and our planet. By adding your name, you are sending a message to our elected leaders that they must take action to protect birds. This includes promoting the use of clean energy, taking steps to reduce carbon emissions, and conserving bird habitats around the country.Will you join us? For the sake of birds, other wildlife, and people, we must act to stop climate change. Together, we can secure a legacy of a clean and healthy environment for future generations to enjoy. Photo Credit: Jordan Confino/Flickr Creative Commons

National Audubon Society
2,922 supporters