Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.
Global warming is the biggest environmental issue of our generation, threatening to greatly disrupt birds, other wildlife and human communities. It is now time for solutions. Confronting the greatest environmental problem in our history will take commitment, dedication, and even sacrifice — but nothing less than the future of life on earth is at stake.
Join us by learning more about how climate change will impact Montana, including birds, wildlife and communities—and what you can do to help address this important issue.
Climate change is an issue where the expression ‘think globally, act locally’ makes a lot of sense. Learn about climate change impacts close to home—in Montana.
Please join us in finding solutions and encouraging action! Talking to friends, family—and politicians—about climate change is an effective way to help. Acting to support Montana’s Clean Power Plan will be critical in the upcoming years.
We are concerned about the impacts to birds from a rapidly changing climate. Birds are insect consumers, pollinators, predators, prey, ecological indicators, and much more.
Visit our renewable energy pages for more on solar, wind, and the importance of energy efficiency and conservation – for the climate solutions equation.
Hungry to learn more? Here are some sources of information we recommend.