Wood Thrush Connection

STREAM THE FULL WOOD THRUSH CONNECTION FEATURE FILM

 

Follow the Wood Thrush's migration from North Carolina to Belize in this award-winning film connecting people around the world working together to protect this bird from the impacts of climate change. A film by Dayna Reggero with Andrea Desky, National Audubon Society, Belize Audubon Society, Forsyth Audubon, Audubon North Carolina, and International Audubon Alliances Program.

WATCH THE TRAILER AND WEB SHORT

WOOD THRUSH CONNECTION TRAILER

WOOD THRUSH CONNECTION SHORT

GLOBAL CONNECTIONS

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WATCH

Help make the world a better place for birds by observing birds in your area. A new community science program using a specific protocol explores how North American birds are responding to climate change. Help improve climate models and learn about how birds are responding to the changing climate by joining Climate Watch.

HOST A SCREENING
The award-winning Wood Thrush Connection full documentary (25 minutes) is available to screen for free at your local event. Plus, Climate Listening Project director Dayna Reggero and/or Audubon's Kim Brand might be able to join you at your conference or campus to engage your group in the study of climate change, storytelling, birds and international collaboration. Connect now to host a screening or book a speaker.
NATIVE PLANT DATABASE
Growing native plants in your backyard and community is one of the easiest ways we all help birds. Audubon’s native plants database helps you explore the best plants for birds in your zip code, as well as local resources.
YEAR OF THE BIRD

In 2018, we mark the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the most powerful and important bird-protection law ever passed. In honor of this milestone, nature lovers around the world are joining forces to celebrate the “Year of the Bird” and commit to protecting birds today and for the next hundred years. Help build a better world for birds by taking a simple but meaningful action each month via National Geographic.

LISTEN
New Wood Thrush Connection elementary school curriculum is coming soon. In the meantime, listen to the Wood Thrush's flutelike song via Audubon. The beloved Wood Thrush's melodic songs add music to summer mornings along the East Coast of the United States. Have you heard the Wood Thrush?

WATCH BEHIND THE SCENES VIDEOS AND CLIPS

BEHIND THE SCENES - BELIZE

DESCRIBE A WOOD THRUSH