Success stories: Audubon Society

While this past year has felt like one negative story after another with respect to environmental and conservation news there are successes to be recognized and accomplishments lauded.

The national Audubon Society recently published a list of their success stories for this year that will bring a little cheer to a birders holiday season.

Successes occurred on numerous fronts including clean energy projects, local conservation measures, increasing awareness for endangered bird species, protection of habitats and several others all of which are detailed here.

For me the Audubon report entitled “Survival by Degrees” will stand out as a crowning accomplishment. It is bringing widespread awareness to how climate change will endanger up to 389 bird species in North America and was widely reported on in the media.

Yes, there is good news to be found and reading it felt like a much needed gift from Santa himself.

Wishing you all a very Happy Holidays.

11 thoughts on “Success stories: Audubon Society

    1. Thanks Tanja, and a very happy holidays to your and yours as well. The is still hope for make this planet habitable for all and it is indeed nice to read a few positives as the do remind you that there is hope.

    1. HI Rebecca, your on point with stating much will be loss due to the selfish and ignorant (meaning to ignore) the loss of life we are inflicting upon the planet. It is indeed nice to have a bit of light projected every now and again so we can see.

  1. Here in Massachusetts, we are managing to acquire land, adding acres to Audubon lands, or gaining new patches. I feel so fortunate to have Audubons to visit, especially in these troubled times. Your pics are stunning! Happy New Year!

    1. HI and thanks. It seems acquiring land is a must these days to protect species and your local Audubon doing so is a big accomplishment and a benefit for all. Wonderful news. Wishing you a very happy new year.

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