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

The complicated relationship with sodbusting
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The complicated relationship with sodbusting

Where the food that feeds us is harvested, the golden wave of prairie that North Dakota was known for is diminished to less than 3% of its original acres remaining. The wildlife and global environmental implications of our sod-busting ways are profound.

Calling All Volunteers
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Calling All Volunteers

Help us make a difference in conservation!

Honoring Our Earth
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Honoring Our Earth

Take steps to help support a bird-friendly community.

Prairie Dreams
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Prairie Dreams

A restoration project that is home to butterflies and grassland birds

Lights Out for Birds – Spring Migration
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Lights Out for Birds – Spring Migration

— Join us in making our community a safer place for wildlife

How you can help, right now