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Letters: Help rebuild Louisiana coastline
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Letters: Help rebuild Louisiana coastline

In addition to sediment, 100 million birds make their way down the Mississippi River Delta each year to Louisiana. These species depend on our coast for nesting, feeding and stopover habitat, just as people depend on it for storm surge protection, jobs, recreation, and more.

Use Your Zip Code to Attract Brilliant Birds to Your Yard This Spring
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Use Your Zip Code to Attract Brilliant Birds to Your Yard This Spring

Audubon’s Plants for Birds database makes ecologically-friendly landscaping choices a snap.

It’s Year of the Bird: Join a Global Bird Census Happening Right in Your Backyard
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It’s Year of the Bird: Join a Global Bird Census Happening Right in Your Backyard

— The Great Backyard Bird Count takes place February 16 to 19 all around the world.
It’s Year of the Bird: Join a Global Bird Census Happening Right in Your Backyard
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It’s Year of the Bird: Join a Global Bird Census Happening Right in Your Backyard

The Great Backyard Bird Count takes place February 16 to 19 all around the world.

Black Rail found at Rainey Sanctuary!

We’ve added one more Black Rail to our list – this one detected at our very own Paul J. Rainey Sanctuary in Vermilion Parish! This brings our tally to 8 Black Rails detected and 3 banded.
 

Audubon and National Geographic Declare 2018 as Year of the Bird
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Audubon and National Geographic Declare 2018 as Year of the Bird

More than 100 organizations join forces for 12 months of storytelling and science to examine how our changing environment is impacting birds around the globe.

Help Count Birds for Science during Audubon’s 118th Annual Christmas Bird Count
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Help Count Birds for Science during Audubon’s 118th Annual Christmas Bird Count

— Join the longest-running community science survey!
Birds, Nature and Healing
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Birds, Nature and Healing

Recognizing the importance of nature in healing, Sister Dolce ministers to the sick from around the world.

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