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Louisiana Loses a Conservation Hero – A Tribute to Randy Moertle
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Louisiana Loses a Conservation Hero – A Tribute to Randy Moertle

For decades, Randy worked with various landowners and managers, including the Audubon Society and our Rainey Conservation Alliance partners. Over the last ten years, he led this group in attracting over $80 million in coastal restoration funding to benefit thousands of acres of wetlands and cheniers.

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.

Coastal Stewardship Training Webinar

Carolina Wren Nestlings Fledge

Dr. Erik Johnson captured five Carolina Wren fledglings on video. Watch as he narrates Mama Wren's efforts in helping to strengthen her hatchlings to get them ready to fledge.

A Migratory Songbird Connects Forested Wetlands Across Continents

Experts Katie Percy, avian biologist at Audubon Louisiana, and Matt Johnson, center director of the Audubon Center at Francis Beidler Forest in South Carolina, discuss the hemispheric insights into migratory routes, stopover locations and duration.

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