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From The Advocate: Louisiana needs to save the beauty that changed how Audubon saw nature.
Our first fall fundraiser will feature cuisine by our board member Chef John Besh. Come enjoy the evening with us and help support Louisiana's birds!
NFWF Funds Prompt New Partnership
Bertucci and Audubon will join forces to create new marsh in hurricane-damaged areas, benefitting for over 200 acres of marsh in the Rainey Sanctuary.
Photo credit: Karen Westphal
Audubon Stewards the Gulf
In the five years since the BP Oil Spill, the National Audubon Society has built on its 100-year legacy in the Gulf Coast by working across all five states to protect bird populations and restore critical habitat.
Learn more about the Audubon Coastal Bird Survey and how you can help.
Rainey Conservation Alliance
The Rainey Conservation Alliance is a unique, effective, and powerful coalition of landowners and land managers working together in southern Vermilion Parish, Louisiana.
Photo credit: Gerry Ellis
Mississippi River Delta Restoration
The Mississippi River Delta is a magnificent ecosystem that needs our help.
Photo credit: David J. Ringer/Audubon
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Louisiana: Paradise for Birds and Birders
Louisiana is known for great diversity and tremendous concentrations of birds.
Important Bird Areas
For migratory birds, Louisiana is the southernmost welcome center along the Mississippi Flyway.
Birds of Conservation Concern
Several bird species are the focus of intensive conservation efforts in Louisiana.
Audubon Louisiana's Small Dredge
Small dredge restores coastal marshes damaged by hurricanes.
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