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Help Count Birds for Science during Audubon’s 117th Annual Christmas Bird Count
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Help Count Birds for Science during Audubon’s 117th Annual Christmas Bird Count

— The Christmas Bird Count is the longest-running wildlife census in the world
Living Laboratory
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Living Laboratory

The staff at the National Audubon Society's Paul J. Rainey Sanctuary in Vermilion Parish stand on the frontline of the battle for Louisiana's coast.

Shorebirds of Louisiana Wetlands Added to Conservation Effort by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service
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Shorebirds of Louisiana Wetlands Added to Conservation Effort by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service

11 New Working Lands for Wildlife Projects Provide Opportunities for Producers to Restore, Protect Habitat

Meet the Cutest Member of the Rail Family - The Yellow Rail!
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Meet the Cutest Member of the Rail Family - The Yellow Rail!

This secretive bird is rarely seen and hard to find, except when it migrates to southwest Louisiana during the fall “ratoon” rice harvest and can be seen flushing from the rice fields.

Audubon Louisiana Invites You to Help Grow One Million Native Plants for Birds
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Audubon Louisiana Invites You to Help Grow One Million Native Plants for Birds

— Through Bird-friendly Landscaping Choices People Can Benefit Wildlife
National Audubon Society Can Not and Does Not Endorse Political Candidates
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National Audubon Society Can Not and Does Not Endorse Political Candidates

— Organization clarifies its nonpartisan operating status in the midst of election season
A Living Laboratory of Restoration and Conservation
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A Living Laboratory of Restoration and Conservation

Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary

Johnson Awarded as an Elective Member of the American Ornithologists’ Union

Exciting news coming out of Audubon Louisiana! Our Director of Bird Conservation, Erik Johnson, has been nominated and awarded as an Elective Member of the American Ornithologist's Union (AOU) - a recognition for significant contributions to ornithology and/or service to the AOU. This nomination and membership is a testament to Erik's tireless work and dedication to the field of ornithology.

This prestigious honor is even more significant, as this is the last "class" of Elective Members of the AOU due to the recent merging of the AOU and Cooper Ornithological Society (the two largest ornithological societies in North America) to form the American Ornithologists' Society (AOS). 

Congratulations, Erik!

Leveraging The Power of GIS for Conservation
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Leveraging The Power of GIS for Conservation

By leveraging the power of GIS, Geographic Information System, Audubon Louisiana can analyze, store and manipulate spatial data to help translate complex issues to a broader audience through mapping, graphs and other visual representations.

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