April 7, 2016
Migration Map Based on eBird Data

Birders Do Citizen Science for Migration

The New York Times recently reported on how information from birders has helped to map bird migrations. Using data from Cornell University’s eBird system, ornithologists have […]
April 6, 2016
John Wilson

Wilson Education Fund Milestone

Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, our John Wilson Memorial Education Fund has passed a milestone: We have distributed over $10,000 in scholarships and […]
April 1, 2016
Cat(bird) in the window

How to Rescue a Trapped Bird

If you’ve ever had a bird trapped in your house, garage or other building, or if you’ve seen a bird trying to escape from a store […]
March 31, 2016
Ruby-throated Hummingbird

Attracting Hummingbirds and Orioles

Spring migration is upon us! It’s the perfect time to plan to attract hummingbirds and orioles to your yard. This brochure written by Audubon researcher Steve Kress is […]
March 15, 2016
Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial logo

Migratory Bird Treaty Act Centennial

2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty! Yes, all the way back on August 16, 1916, the United States and Great Britain (on […]
March 11, 2016
Crows at Roost in Lancaster PA

A Crow Menace? It’s All Perception…

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was invaded by crows in the winter. Tens of thousands of them. It was awful, right? Not so fast! The city used to try […]
March 4, 2016

Support Columbus Audubon at Kroger

If you have a Kroger Plus card, you can support Columbus Audubon through the Kroger Community Rewards program. Once you are enrolled in the program, portion […]
March 3, 2016

In Memoriam: Mac Albin

We recently learned that Columbus Audubon friend and conservationist Mac Albin passed away on February 20. Mac was well-known to many Columbus Audubon members and was […]
March 3, 2016
Wisdom, the 64-year old Laysan Albatross, with her chick.

Albatross and Petrels Need Our Help

Albatross and petrels are beautiful, even majestic birds — but they need our help. They live on the open oceans, and too often they are caught […]