We love birds.
Photo: Patty McGann
At Audubon, we believe that where birds thrive, people prosper. At Audubon Delta, we penpoint birds, their environments, and the people that work to make it safe along the Mississippi River Delta. The recently formed Audubon Delta works across Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and their habitats. Audubon Delta also promotes, highlights, and advocates for the region's people, members, and communities who support The Audubon Society's mission and vision.
As part of the National Audubon Society, we contribute to a broader conservation strategy that recognizes the need to protect wildlife and habitats at a landscape scale and maximize the global impacts of local action.
For more than a century, The Audubon Society has built a legacy of conservation success by mobilizing the strength of its network. Audubon Delta hopes to continue that history by supporting its members, chapters, Audubon centers, state offices, and dedicated professional staff to connect people with nature and the power to protect it.
Audubon Delta is an integral part of this extensive network working to benefit our region's critical migratory and residential bird habitats, including the Fourche Creek, the Mississippi and Louisiana Gulf Coast, the Delta, and communities across Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
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Audubon’s mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.
For more than a century, Audubon has relied on science to protect birds and their habitat for the benefit of humanity as well as the earth’s biodiversity.