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The Report is Audubon's printed quarterly publication for members. Below you'll find previous issues ready to download. Be sure to check out the Climate Change Series, featured in the 2017 Report issues.

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Read the stories that have helped our members create a more informed perspective on climate change and what it means for life in the ocean state. Click the photo above to access the stories and other content.



Audubon Report Stories

Here you can read our featured Report stories and editorials.

Let's go birding with Laura Carberry! Head out into the forest before spring arrives, as that is when most of the Golden-crowned Kinglets will head north. If you find a mixed flock of birds, look for the flickering wings of a tiny songbird and listen for their high pitched chirps. Learn more about this fun little bird!

Approximately 62,500 tons of plastics ended up in the landfill in Rhode Island in 2015. Half of it could have been recycled through one of the state's recycling programs. Learn More

Let's go birding with Laura Carberry! It’s almost time to head out and search for one of the strangest shorebirds of New England, the American Woodcock. Learn more about these unique birds and register for a Woodcock walk!

The Fight to Ban Plastic Bags, Straws and Balloon Releases | By Todd McLeish

Plastics are Filling Oceans and Choking Wildlife | A story for the Audubon Report by Todd McLeish.

LET'S GO BIRDING | This bird is absolutely amazing to observe with a crested head and a black mask. The Cedar Waxwing truly looks as though an artist may have pulled it from a painting. So where should you look to find them?

Since 1982, Audubon has offered popular summer nature camps for children at the Caratunk Wildlife Refuge in Seekonk, MA.

This is a good time to look at the websites and postings of our elected officials. Let those leaders that focus on environmental issues know you appreciate it. Let our leaders know that the environment is a priority, and tell them that you want to see more positive outcomes in the 2020 session.

Audubon educators suggest ways to keep your kids engaged with easy and fun outdoor explorations!

Seven environmentally minded young women from Rhode Island high schools have formed the 2019 Youth Conservation League. They teamed this summer to gain valuable experience while helping numerous conservation groups with their service.

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