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

44 Perfect Gifts for the Bird and Nature Lovers in Your Life
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44 Perfect Gifts for the Bird and Nature Lovers in Your Life

Whether novice or expert, backyard birder or a globetrotting adventurer, we’ve got something for everyone on your list.

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Bird Libs

The Christmas Bird Count Edition

It's Fun! It's Science! It's a BioBlitz!
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It's Fun! It's Science! It's a BioBlitz!

Microsoft-Fargo volunteers joined Audubon Dakota's first Fall Migration BioBlitz.

Audubon Dakota and Harvest Hope Farm Join Flocks
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Audubon Dakota and Harvest Hope Farm Join Flocks

Herd to Moorhead

The Christmas Bird Count
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The Christmas Bird Count

– a Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Seeking Volunteers as We 'Call to Earth'
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Seeking Volunteers as We 'Call to Earth'

Audubon Dakota is excited to participate in the first-ever Call to Earth Day.

Audubon Dakota’s Conservation Forage Program Opens Soon For Second Enrollment
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Audubon Dakota’s Conservation Forage Program Opens Soon For Second Enrollment

— Open enrollment of applications begins on November 15th, 2021.
Lights Out for Birds!
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Lights Out for Birds!

Help birds – help save energy.

Audubon Certified Bird Friendly Seal Gets Bird Friendlier
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Audubon Certified Bird Friendly Seal Gets Bird Friendlier

Habitat certification gives grassland birds a helping hand.

Why You Should Keep Your Birdbath Clean
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Why You Should Keep Your Birdbath Clean

Maintaining a fresh bath is a simple, essential way to keep birds hydrated, clean, and disease-free. Just follow these easy steps.

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