Audubon Delta Staff
Integrating science, education, and policy, Audubon Delta works across Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and their habitats. The lower Mississippi River region forms the most critical bird and waterfowl migrations corridor on the continent and supports North America's largest wetland area and bottomland hardwood forest.
Audubon Delta's conservation strategy emphasizes coastal resilience and stewardship, climate adaptation and mitigation policy, native plant production and community use engagement, and conservation science.
For more information on Louisiana programs visit: la.audubon.org
For more information on Mississippi programs visit: ms.audubon.org
285 Plains Rd
Holly Springs, MS
38635 Ph: 662.252.1155
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