Climate Change Adaptation in Maryland
Climate Change Adaptation in Maryland
East coast tidal marshes, like those surrounding the Chesapeake Bay, are at risk of being completely devastated by rising sea levels due to climate change.
Making Connections with Saltmarshes
Making Connections with Saltmarshes
Pickering Creek Audubon Center is empowering community, faith and school groups to address climate change in their own communities. Over 300 volunteers have planted more than 15,000 plants that are helping keep saltmarshes at Blackwater Wildlife Refuge healthy.
Building Bird Habitat at an Urban Scale
Building Bird Habitat at an Urban Scale
Patterson Park Audubon Center empowers Baltimore to garden for birds in yards, planters, and broken canoes.  
Blackwater 2100
Blackwater 2100
Audubon Maryland-DC works with partners on Blackwater 2100: A Strategy For Salt Marsh Persistence In An Era Of Climate Change.            

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Audubon Maryland-DC
2901 E. Baltimore St.
Baltimore, MD 21224
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2014 IBA Birdathon Report

The pressure is on to beat 206 species sighted on the 2013 birdathon! 
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Salt Marsh Bird Survey

This spring Audubon Maryland-DC will send a team of observers out into Maryland's tidal marshes...
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Important Bird Areas Program

From the forested mountains in the west, to the Chesapeake Bay, to the Atlantic Coast, Maryland...
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Maryland's Audubon Centers

Visit one of Maryland's two Audubon Centers working to connect people with nature.
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Audubon Maryland-DC Celebrates Maryland's Children in Nature Agreement

Along with 15 other organizations, Audubon Maryland-DC helps "Sign, Seal and Deliver" Maryland'...
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