Montana Audubon

Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.

Clark’s Nutcracker and Whitebark Pine: A Fascinating Partnership

The species most dependent on whitebark pine for survival is the Clark’s
Nutcracker. The whitebark pine and Clark’s Nutcracker have a remarkable relationship and the
two species have co-evolved over thousands of years. Now that the whitebark pine is proposed
to be listed under the Endangered Species Act, we figured it was a good opportunity to share
with you some of what I find most interesting about these two interconnected species.

Read more the full article about their relationship here

By Bo Crees

Montana Audubon depends on your financial support

BBCU Surveys on the Missouri River

Black-billed Cuckoo and avian surveys along the Missouri and Madison Rivers are in full swing…

Iinnii Days with the Conservation Ranching Team

We were incredibly grateful for the opportunity to attend Iinnii Days in Browning in June….

View All Articles

Join Our Online Network

By joining our online network, you will receive timely conservation updates, action alerts, legislative news, our monthly eNews, information about upcoming events and more.

Make an Online Donation & Support Our Efforts

Montana Audubon depends on your financial support to continue our ambitious conservation work around the state.

Take Action

Take action on timely conservation issues Montana Audubon is engaged with. Your help will protect Montana’s birds and other wildlife into the future.

Montana Audubon - © Copyright 2021 All Rights Reserved