Bring Conservation Home--Wildlife Stewardship Practices

An estimated one billion birds die every year by colliding with windows and glass.
Experts believe half that many birds, and countless small mammals, are killed annually by free-roaming cats. These are just two of the biggest hazards faced by birds in our cities, towns and suburbs—problems that native landscaping alone will not fix. However, there are simple solutions you can implement to address these and many other issues affecting native bird and wildlife populations. Our Bring Conservation Home technicians will assist you with your unique situation, and you can visit these links for more information.


Bird window strikes

Free-roaming cats

Water features for birds and wildlife

Artificial nest boxes for birds and bats

Supplemental bird feeding

Native Bee information

Other wildlife

Tale Feathers
SLAS Newsletter

SLAS Events


    • 2017 Cathleen Creley Conservation Grant more info
    • Bring Conservation Home Volunteer Training more info
    • Register for Hog Island Audubon Camp more info
    • Bring Conservation Home feature in Times newspapers more info
    • St. Louis Audubon turns 100 more info
    • Missouri Legislators Propose Overhaul of State Conservation Dept more info
    • SLAS Announces 2014 Annual Appeal more info
    • Audubon Birds and Climate Change Report more info
    • Get Involved in SLAS Conservation more info
    • SLAS Volunteers Assist with Purple Martin Leg Banding--Post Dispatch more info
    • Open pipes are found to be death traps for birds more info