Helping birds thrive in a changing climate.
Burrowing Owl. Photo: Verdon Tomajko/Audubon Photography Awards
For decades, climate change has been one of our greatest conservation challenges and has become one of the leading threats to birds and other wildlife in Arizona and across the nation. The National Audubon Society’s Birds and Climate Report has found that many of Arizona’s bird species are threatened by climate change. Many of these species are currently threatened by other factors, such as habitat loss, while others are species we previously considered secure but could face significant shifts in their ranges as a result of climate change.
Now, more than ever, we have a responsibility to be the voice of the birds and aggressively combat this urgent threat head on by protecting the places that birds need to thrive and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
What you plant matters to birds - especially in a changing climate. Learn more here.
Every time you spot a bird, you can contribute to something bigger– by recording your sighting in eBird, a major online database that has been tracking birds for many years.