Coral reefs are living structures built from the exoskeletons of thousands of tiny sea creatures. It is vitally important for humans to protect these reef systems because in addition to protecting our shorelines from storm damage, they also provide a vibrant ecosystem for countless marine species. Learn more about coral reefs by visiting Audubon Aquarium of the Americas.
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Conservation comes in many forms. It’s a simple act like recycling a soda can or changing a light bulb. It’s as complex as mapping out a genetic history for a threatened animal species. It’s as joyous as the birth of a young animal, and as sobering as watching a species dwindle down to extinction.
At Audubon Nature Institute, everything we do comes back to conservation. We want to instill in our visitors an appreciation for the natural world around us so that together, we can make a difference for the world’s wildlife. We want to pioneer innovative partnerships that make our efforts stronger. We will measure our success by the number of species whose numbers are increasing rather than declining.