Coastal Estuaries

Puget Sound Series: Shoreline Armoring

Puget Sound Series: Shoreline Armoring

— Shoreline armoring harms natural beaches that provide spawning habitat for forage fish, a key to Puget Sound's ecosystem
Puget Sound Series: Sea Level Rise

Puget Sound Series: Sea Level Rise

— Sea level rise in Puget Sound threatens homes, infrastructure, and natural shoreline habitats.
A Legislative Agenda for Birds and the Places They Need

A Legislative Agenda for Birds and the Places They Need

— Audubon Washington seeks to build on critical climate and conservation policies in the 2022 legislative session
The Science Behind Saving Birds

The Science Behind Saving Birds

— Director of Bird Conservation Dr. Trina Bayard returns to the field, investigating how coordinated bird monitoring can fill a vital data gap
Making Progress on Puget Sound Recovery

Making Progress on Puget Sound Recovery

— Funding conservation and updating key shoreline policies
Birds: A Vital Sign of Puget Sound

Birds: A Vital Sign of Puget Sound

— We talked to Scott Pearson, PhD, senior researcher at the Washington Department of Wildlife science division, about the new data on marine birds in Puget Sound and what that means for the ecosystem
New Models Identify Priority Bird Habitat for Protection and Restoration in Puget Sound

New Models Identify Priority Bird Habitat for Protection and Restoration in Puget Sound

— A project of the Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program (PSEMP) Marine Birds Work Group. Collaborators include the Stillaguamish Tribe, Ecostudies Institute, and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Our Blueprint for a Healthy, More Resilient Puget Sound

Our Blueprint for a Healthy, More Resilient Puget Sound

— Audubon’s new conservation strategy identifies the most important places for birds and people in Puget Sound.
Puget Sound Science

Puget Sound Science

Building the science foundation for including birds in Puget Sound recovery