Audubon Louisiana

Ruby-throated Hummingbird Photo: Kathrin Swoboda

At Audubon, we believe that where birds thrive people prosper. Nowhere is this more evident than in Louisiana.

Louisiana’s coastal habitats, bottomland hardwoods, and rich agricultural lands make the state one of the richest in the nation in terms of natural resources. The magnificent Mississippi River Delta ecosystem in Louisiana supports 100 million migratory, nesting and wintering birds. Birds are the bellwethers of ecosystem health; if birds are healthy, our lands are healthy.

Integrating science, education and policy, Audubon Louisiana's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.

Conservation

Conservation

For more than a century Audubon has protected birds and their habitat for the benefit of humanity as well as the earth’s biodiversity.

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Restore the Mississippi River Delta Coalition
Conservation

Restore the Mississippi River Delta Coalition

The Mississippi River Delta ecosystem and coastal Louisiana support 100 million migratory, nesting and wintering birds.

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Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary

Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary

The National Audubon Society has owned the 26,000-acre Paul J Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary in southwest Louisiana since 1924.

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Priority Birds of Louisiana
Priority Birds

Priority Birds of Louisiana

Audubon scientists identify bird species that are the focus of intensive conservation efforts in Louisiana.

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Important Bird Areas

Saving Important Bird Areas

For migratory birds, Louisiana is the southernmost welcome center along the Mississippi Flyway.

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About Us
About Us

About Audubon Louisiana

Audubon’s presence in Louisiana dates back to the earliest days of the conservation movement.

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Coastal Stewardship in Louisiana

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Our State's Birds

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Black Birders Week: An Ode to Our Allies
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Black Birders Week: An Ode to Our Allies

#BlackBirdersWeek, which began on May 31, has been a week-long event aimed to amplify Black people in every field and their experiences while outdoors.

Black People Bird: Our Strength and Stories
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Black People Bird: Our Strength and Stories

#BlackBirdersWeek, which began on May 31, has been a week-long event aimed to amplify Black people in every field and their experiences while outdoors.

Audubon Urges Beachgoers to Give Birds Their Space Too
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Audubon Urges Beachgoers to Give Birds Their Space Too

— As beaches around the country reopen, protections for nesting birds are delayed due to COVID-19.
New Orleans Approves Net-Zero Carbon Standard by 2040
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New Orleans Approves Net-Zero Carbon Standard by 2040

— Historic measure commits New Orleans to a zero-carbon energy portfolio by 2050, phasing out fossil fuels.
Economic Impacts Analysis Determines Resilient-Renewable Energy Standard is the Best Path Forward for New Orleans
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Economic Impacts Analysis Determines Resilient-Renewable Energy Standard is the Best Path Forward for New Orleans

— The proposal, submitted by the Energy Future New Orleans coalition, will establish a 100 percent Renewable Energy Standard by 2040 and result in more jobs, greater emissions reductions, and more local investment than alternatives

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