September 15, 2021
Timothy McDermott

Upcoming Program: Thursday, September 30

Please join us on Tuesday, September 30, at 6:30 pm as we welcome Dr. Timothy McDermott for a talk on Growing Over Winter.
September 14, 2021
Chimney Swift Overhead - Photo Jim Mcculloch

Swift Count Results: August 13 – 15, 2021

Swift Night Out is the weekend for official counts of roosting Chimney Swifts. The swifts provide a spectacle as they swirl in the air, only to drop into a chimney for the night. The counts help scientists to follow swift populations.
September 12, 2021
Black-crowned Night Heron - Photo Mick Thompson

Where Do Ohio’s Black-crowned Night Herons Go in the Winter?

Researchers from The Ohio State University and the Ohio Division of Wildlife have helped solve the mystery of where Ohio’s Black-crowned Night Herons migrate to in […]
September 12, 2021
red-breasted nuthatch feeding on suet - darlene sillick.jpg

“All-clear” to Feed Birds Again in Ohio

The Ohio Division of Wildlife says It’s okay once again to fill up your bird feeders and bird baths!
August 28, 2021
Magnolia Warbler - Photo Earl Harrison

Congratulations, Nature Scoop!

The Nature Scoop monthly email newsletter has just turned 15 years old! Our congratulations go out to the publisher, our friend Toni Stahl. Thanks, Toni, for […]
August 15, 2021
2021CardinalAward - Fran DeWine, Katryn Renard, Mary Mertz, Steve Gray

CA Receives ODNR Cardinal Award

Columbus Audubon has received the 2021 Cardinal Award from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources! This award is presented annually to recognize outstanding contributions to conservation in Ohio. Read on for details....
July 14, 2021
Puffin with Decoy - Photo Steve Kress

Check Out the Webcams

Need a break during your busy day? Or do you want to relax with something fun after a hard day at work? Check out a bird webcam!
July 11, 2021
Audubon 2021 Photo Contest Grand Prize Winner - Greater Roadrunner by Carolina Fraser

Audubon Photography Awards – 2021

The winners of the Audubon Photography Awards for 2021 have been announced. As usual, the winning photographs (and many of those that did not win) are stunning.
July 11, 2021
Nicole Jackson with her friends Anikka_and Jayshaun Talbert - Photo Sheila Fagan

Black Birders Week a Success

Audubon has long realized that people of color, including our Black friends, are underrepresented in the birding and conservation communities. That's why we welcomed Black Birders Week in June: it's an opportunity for us to reach out to spread the word about bird conservation -- and to help everyone experience the joy of birding!