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Audubon Minnesota
Working to conserve birds and their habitats in Minnesota since 1979.
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Bird count finds milder winters bring southern birds to Minnesota
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Audubon Minnesota Jan 8
Bird City Minnesota helps you transform your community into a place where birds thrive. Interested in knowing more? Send us a DM or visit:
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Audubon Society Jan 7
The 2019 Audubon Photography Awards are now open! Enter today for a chance to win great prizes and for the chance to see your photo in Audubon magazine.
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Audubon Society Dec 19
In a piece of good news for wildlife, the —updated just last week—includes programs that benefit bird habitats and increase conservation funding.
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RebeccahSanders Dec 20
Did you know that is the largest source of federal conservation funding? has worked to ensure that this Farm Bill package contains practical solutions for birds, farmers, and America's communities.
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Ashley J. Peters Dec 17
Everybirdy counting! I had such a good time on Saturday at the Christmas Bird Count and I love seeing the updates from around the country.
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BeakerBurns Dec 16
Citizen science + birds + bird nerds = a fun day day of science-ing! Highlights of the day: a surprising view of a Swamp sparrow, hearing the sweet sweet calls of American goldfinches, and admiring Dark-eyed juncos that only lack tiny top hats 🎩 to round out that dapper look. 🥰
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BeakerBurns Dec 15
Gorgeous morning kicking off the 119th Audubon Christmas Bird Count with my best birding buddies here in Minnesota. We logged 20 species by 11am!
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Audubon Minnesota Dec 12
It's Christmas Bird Count time! The Audubon Christmas Bird Count has grown to include almost 70 census circles throughout Minnesota. Each year more than 1,000 participants canvass the state to conduct the survey!
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Audubon Minnesota Dec 5
In northwest Minnesota lies an ecoregion that exists nowhere else in the U.S. Now, more than 240 acres of Tallgrass Aspen Parkland is protected in perpetuity thanks to conservation easements. (Photo by )
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Audubon Minnesota Dec 4
Hear the Hauntingly Beautiful Call of the Common Loon via
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Audubon Minnesota Nov 26
ICYMI: Administration Releases Climate Report
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Audubon Society Nov 25
Did you know that the "horns" of the Horned Lark are little tufts of feathers that are visible only at close range?
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Audubon Great Lakes Nov 20
Thank you for meeting with us today and for your support of the , the most important law we have to protect birds. Pictured: Rep. Ron Kind, Gwyn Calvetti of Coulee Region Audubon & conservation dir., Nat Miller ().
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Audubon Minnesota Nov 20
We're thankful for our volunteers! Students from joined us earlier this month to plant oak trees along the Mississippi River. Birds need healthy floodplain forests to thrive and you can learn more by reading about our river restoration work:
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Anne Singer Nov 16
"Whereas, each spring, sixty percent of America's birds use the Mississippi Flyway - an aerial highway supported by the mighty Mississippi River - with Minnesota serving as an important stopover for a wide range of bird species..." via
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Audubon Minnesota Nov 16
2018 isn't over yet! It's the Year of the Bird and we're celebrating the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. Gov. Dayton signed a proclamation recognizing the importance of migratory birds, their habitats, and our responsibility to protect them.
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Audubon Society Nov 16
. has declared 2018 the in Minnesota, recognizing that bird conservation is just as important today as it was when the Migratory Bird Treaty Act was passed 100 years ago.
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Audubon Minnesota Nov 15
Replying to @vpmattsaxe @givemn
Thank you Matt!
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Audubon Minnesota Nov 13
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