Advocacy

Birds and other wildlife need our help more than ever. Our chapter is actively committed to conserving birds and the places they need, and a key element of our advocacy work is supporting efforts to protect climate-impacted bird species. For more information about birds and climate change, check out Survival by Degrees: Audubon's in-depth study of climate change and birds, released in 2019.

You’ve made a decision to do more to protect birds, other wildlife, and our shared environment—now what? 

How to be an effective advocate 

(in less than five minutes)

Sign up for Advocacy Alerts

BRAC periodically sends out updates on important issues that impact birds and their habitats. These emails highlight ways in which you can help—for example, by contacting your legislators or submitting comments to a particular government agency. We carefully select relevant and important issues to share, which means we won't overload your inbox with email. You can unsubscribe from these emails at any time by clicking on the "unsubscribe" link that will appear at the bottom of every email.

Become an advocate for birds by signing up for BRAC Advocacy Alerts.

 

Please share the Advocacy Alerts with your family and friends via email and on social media.

 

Together, our voices are powerful!

Archived Advocacy Alerts

An archived list of our Advocacy Alerts can be found below. This list will grow as our chapter's advocacy efforts evolve and expand.

Tufted Titmouse. Catherine McEntee/Audubon Photography Awards

Help Strengthen 

America’s Most Important Bird Law

Wood Ducks. Peter Brannon/Audubon Photography Awards

Support the BEST Act!

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Speak Out for Our National Forests!

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Speak Up for the Trees!

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Speak Out to Save Important North Carolina Conservation Funding

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Support 100% Clean Energy for Asheville

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Act NOW to preserve the Endangered Species Act

Act now to save America's most important bird law

Support clean energy

for birds

Oppose opening our oceans to new offshore drilling