Audubon Dakota News

Audubon Dakota aims to connect with communities throughout North and South Dakota to demonstrate the importance of protecting and restoring native habitats for our native bird species. We do this by delivering education/engagement events, developing conservation programs that target habitat protection, and partnering with conservation minded organizations to expand our impacts.

In this way, Audubon Dakota has become the voice of birds within the Dakotas.

Audubon Dakota News

Audubon Dakota Awarded National Fish and Wildlife Foundation ‘America the Beautiful Challenge’ Award
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Audubon Dakota Awarded National Fish and Wildlife Foundation ‘America the Beautiful Challenge’ Award

Continuing conservation strategies to benefit birds, wildlife, and people

Increasing the Biodiversity of the Prairie
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Increasing the Biodiversity of the Prairie

An Update About The Native Prairie Adaptive Management Program

Audubon Dakota Awarded Two Grants Aiming to Improve and Restore Critical Pollinator Habitat in the Red River Valley
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Audubon Dakota Awarded Two Grants Aiming to Improve and Restore Critical Pollinator Habitat in the Red River Valley

Made possible through conservation partnerships, both projects increase conservation priorities across a large community

Audubon Dakota Expands Prairie Management Toolbox to the Red River Valley
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Audubon Dakota Expands Prairie Management Toolbox to the Red River Valley

Financial and technical assistance available for tree removal, grazing infrastructure, and other grassland improvements on Monarch Core Areas

Improving Habitat and Enrolling Acres
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Improving Habitat and Enrolling Acres

Benefiting grassland birds and wildlife in North and South Dakota

Touring a Ranch, Birding in Bismarck, and Talking Conservation
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Touring a Ranch, Birding in Bismarck, and Talking Conservation

Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest Affiliated Event Highlights

Surveying the Birds of the Dakotas
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Surveying the Birds of the Dakotas

The early bird gets the worm, and in this case, the early technician

Grasslands and You-Introducing the Prairies
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Grasslands and You-Introducing the Prairies

The American author, Willa Cather said, “Anybody can love the mountains, but it takes a soul to love the prairie”.

National Audubon Society Announces Regional Office Executive Director Kristal Stoner
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National Audubon Society Announces Regional Office Executive Director Kristal Stoner

Audubon Great Plains Combines Dakota and Nebraska Offices

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