The Audubon Society of Omaha is dedicated to the active promotion of environmental awareness to our community through education, conservation and enjoyment of our natural heritage, especially birds. Become a member today!
Take a sneak peek at the upcoming documentary "Fragments." This film is being produced by Alex Wiles in partnership with the Audubon Society of Omaha and will be released in the second half of 2019.
Data just released show two-thirds of North American birds are at risk of extinction from climate change.
Warm up to the opportunities cooler weather presents for visits to our Audubon and Cuming City Cemetery Prairies.
Highlights of September Board of Directors Meeting, by Shannon Engberg, Secretary
It's that time of year to start thinking about gift giving. Check out some great gift ideas for the bird-lover in your life!
From December 14 through January 5 every year, tens of thousands of volunteers throughout the Americas take part in the effort. Audubon and other organizations use data collected to assess the health of bird populations, and to help guide conservation action.
Whether we see many birds and which species we see depends very much on the weather this time of year. Northern waterfowl start showing up … if temperatures don’t drop too low and local lakes don’t freeze over. These northern waterfowl migrants can include Buffleheads, Common Goldeneyes, Common Mergansers, Lesser and Greater Scaup, and Ring-necked Ducks. Among their numbers also may be less common migrants, such as Black, Surf or White-winged Scoters or Long-tailed Ducks.
Within the last two weeks, two important new studies on the status of birds and their habitats have been published, one from the journal Science and one from the National Audubon Society.