We conserve bird habitat.
For more than a century, Audubon has built a legacy of conservation success by mobilizing the strength of its network of members, chapters, Audubon centers, state offices, and dedicated professional staff to connect people with nature and the power to protect it. A powerful combination of science, education, and policy expertise combine in efforts ranging from protection and restoration of local habitats to the implementation of policies that safeguard birds, other wildlife, and the resources that sustain us all—in the U.S. and across the Americas.
In Texas we protect and manage colonial waterbird populations in every major bay system on the Texas Gulf Coast, identify and conserve the most important sites for birds statewide, and are working to reach 50,000 students annually through conservation education and stewardship action at three urban Audubon Centers.
We're cultivating a community of ranchers and rural landowners to form a landscape-scale prairie conservation network, returning agricultural land to native habitat and bringing healthier, more sustainable grass-fed beef to consumers.
Long characterized as a land of wide open spaces, the Lone Star State is increasingly defined by its burgeoning cities and suburbs.
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