From Our Editors
For more than a century, the National Audubon Society has helped connect people with nature, thanks to a national network of more than 500 community-based nature centers and chapters. Audubon continues to engage millions of people in conservation action that protects and restores the environment through its education, advocacy, and scientific programs.
Many might associate Audubon with birds, and rightfully so—the conservation organization has supported efforts that protect and restore their local habitats, along with helping implement policies that safeguard birds across the United States and the Americas. However, Audubon also continues to work to conserve and restore the natural ecosystems of all wildlife, for the benefit of the earth and all creatures in it.