Bird-Friendly Communities

Creating Bird-Friendly Communities

American Goldfinch Photo: Will Stuart

Louisiana’s growing population and the increased need for housing, roads, and energy creates many challenges for birds. Audubon believes that “bird-friendly communities” can exist in urban areas by designing the natural and man-made environment to promote bird and wildlife conservation opportunities in addition to recreational use. Statistics show that one in five adults enjoy watching birds, making it one of the fastest growing outdoor recreational activities in the U.S.

Plants For Birds

Plants For Birds

Let's grow one million bird-friendly plants together.

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Prothonotary Warblers
Bird-Friendly Communities

Prothonotary Warblers

These charming songbirds need your help!

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Build a Birdhouse

Build a Birdhouse

These birdhouse, or nest box, plans will help you create a protective and functional home for birds. 

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Coastal Stewardship Program
Coasts

Coastal Stewardship Program

Audubon Louisiana works to conserve, restore, protect, and monitor a network of strategic coastal sites for colonial and beach-nesting birds.

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Prothonotary Warbler Nesting and Migration Sponsorship Program
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Prothonotary Warbler Nesting and Migration Sponsorship Program

Help Audubon Louisiana track the migrations of these declining songbirds.

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2016 Prothonotary Warbler Geolocator Deployment

2016 Prothonotary Warbler Geolocator Deployment

Twenty-two geolocators were deployed on Prothonotary Warblers in 2016!

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