Sharing Our Seas & Shores

Photo: Erik Johnson, Audubon Louisiana

Sharing Our Seas & Shores takes a full life-cycle approach to the conservation of coastal birds by focusing on the protection of key sites and habitats that shore-dependent birds require at critical points in their annual cycle. The program combines local community engagement, the best available science and proven, site-based conservation methods to stabilize and recover populations of coastal birds.

Audubon Coastal Bird Survey

Audubon Coastal Bird Survey

This volunteer-based program provides scientists with valuable data for addressing the conservation needs of coastal waterbirds.

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Coastal Stewardship Program

Coastal Stewardship Program

Audubon continues its beach-nesting bird protection and outreach program.

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Rainey Conservation Alliance

Rainey Conservation Alliance

A coalition of landowners and land managers working in southern Vermilion Parish, Louisiana.

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Audubon Louisiana's Small Dredge

Audubon Louisiana's Small Dredge

Small dredge restores habitat for birds and other wildlife

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Black Rail in Coastal Louisiana

Black Rail in Coastal Louisiana

Audubon Louisiana is conducting surveys to better understand and document this rare and elusive species’ status in coastal Louisiana.

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Coastal Stewardship in Louisiana

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