Audubon’s science shows that 314 North American bird species—nearly half of our birds—are threatened by climate change. The survival of some of our most beloved and familiar birds, including the Bald Eagle, the Brown Pelican, and the Allen’s Hummingbird, is in question.
Audubon’s science joins thousands of other studies in demonstrating risk to animals, plants, habitats, and people as the climate changes. But, there’s hope.
We can reduce the carbon pollution that causes global warming, protect the places birds need today and will need in the future, and continue to identify new ways to work toward climate solutions for birds and people.
Pledge to stand with Audubon as we call on the new administration to listen to science and work toward climate solutions.
Photo: Richard D. Pick/Audubon Photography Awards