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Conserving and Restoring Natural Ecosystems

Audubon Minnesota believes that what is good for birds is good for people, too, including healthy habitats, clean water, and clean air. We deliver conservation results by focusing on programs supported by science, education, and advocacy.

Learn More About Bird Conservation in Minnesota

River Conservation
Water for Birds and People

River Conservation

Ensuring people and birds have access to clean water

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Urban Conservation
Bird-Friendly Communities

Urban Conservation

People in urban areas play a critical role in fostering healthy bird populations

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Prairie & Grassland Conservation
Climate

Prairie & Grassland Conservation

You can help us ensure Minnesota is a stronghold for birds

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Conservation
Conservation

Bird Conservation

Protecting birds and their habitats

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Our State's Birds

Recent News

Future conservationists flaunt bird and water wisdom
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Future conservationists flaunt bird and water wisdom

Audubon Minnesota is encouraging conservation through education and outreach

Audubon and National Park Service Predict Big Changes for Birds in a Warming World
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New Study Predicts Big Changes for Birds in a Warming World

— America’s national parks could see an influx of newcomers and the departure of familiar species by 2050
More Than 500 Conservation Groups in All 50 states to Urge Congress to Defend Bird Protection Law
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More than 500 Organizations Defend Bird Protection Law

— The century-old Migratory Bird Treaty Act is under attack
MNBirdAtlas.org launched
Birds

Breeding Bird Atlas now online

— Find maps and in-depth information about Minnesota’s breeding birds at MNBirdAtlas.org
Wildscaping is better for birds
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Wildscaping is better for birds

By planting native plants, Debbie has attracted more birds to her garden and engaged neighbors in conversation about the benefits of a bird-friendly yard.

A Master of Disguise
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A Master of Disguise

Birds hiding in Minnesota's marshes can help answer conservation questions

Navigating the Night
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Navigating the Night

Lights Out helps migrating birds by decreasing bright lights from urban buildings

Bemidji celebrates Bird City Minnesota designation
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Bemidji celebrates Bird City Minnesota designation

— Bemidji is the state’s newest Bird City
Statement Regarding Bird Monitoring at U.S. Bank Stadium
Bird-Friendly Communities

Statement Regarding Bird Monitoring at U.S. Bank Stadium

— More information will be available when the study is finalized in 2019
Water Action Day to be held at Minnesota State Capitol on April 19
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Water Action Day - April 19

— Advocate for clean water in Minnesota at the State Capitol

How you can help, right now