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.
Download the Climate Change Series Report Issues
Volume 51, No. 1
Volume 51, No. 2
Volume 51, No. 3
Volume 51, No. 4
Read the Stories
Part One of the Audubon 2017 Report Series on Climate Change by Todd McLeish.
Audubon’s Kingston Wildlife Research Station Records Bird Population and Migration Data. An article By Hugh Markey from Audubon's Winter 2017 Report, supporting the Audubon 2017 Report series on climate change.
Download, view and share our infographic on climate change. What causes climate change? What are the results? What can you do?
Part Two of the 2017 Audubon Report Series on Climate Change By Todd McLeish.
Walter J. Berry of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports on the status of the Seaside Sparrow. Like the Saltmarsh Sparrow, Seaside Sparrows are threatened by a loss of habitat due to climate change. An article from Audubon's Spring 2017 Report, supporting the Audubon 2017 Report series on climate change.
Part Three of the Audubon Report 2017 Series on Climate Change by Todd McLeish
More Than Meets the Eye… Audubon Refuges are Nature’s Defense Against Climate Change. An Audubon Report story by Todd McLeish from the 2017 Summer Report, supporting the Audubon 2017 series on climate change.
Part Four of the Audubon 2017 Report Series on Climate Change by Todd McLeish.
An Audubon Report story by Todd McLeish from the 2017 Fall Report, supporting the Audubon 2017 series on climate change.
Audubon at Home: Nature Play and Learning
Welcome to Audubon at Home! Each week Audubon will bring nature play and learning right into your home. We’ll share a different nature theme each week.
The Audubon Society of Rhode Island is actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation for the safety of our visitors, members, staff, and volunteers. Until further notice, all programming will be cancelled and facilities will be closed. Wildlife refuges and trails will remain open to the public during this time - we hope you'll get outside and enjoy them!