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National Audubon Society Vows to Respond to Impacts of Devastating Storms
September 8, 2017
— Audubon will stand with the people and birds affected by Harvey-Irma dual tragedies.
Birds and People Stand to Lose if the White House Slashes Our Public Lands
August 24, 2017
— Millions of birders, hunters, fishers and outdoor enthusiasts agree: our great outdoors deserve protection.
The Interior Department Shouldn’t Reinvent Sage-Grouse Conservation Plans
August 7, 2017
— The choice is simple for Interior: a science-based approach that protects birds and Western communities or a flawed approach that puts special interests over collaborative conservation.
California Renews Its Leadership on Climate Change
July 18, 2017
— Passage of Assembly Bill 398 reauthorizes landmark cap-and-trade program and will reduce air pollution in California’s communities. It will be great for birds, too.
Birds Beware: House Proposes Drilling in America’s Last True Wilderness
July 18, 2017
— The House Budget Committee sets the wheels in motion to open the the Arctic Refuge to oil and gas development.
By Joining Climate Alliance, Governor Hickenlooper Protects Colorado’s Birds and People
July 11, 2017
— Audubon’s climate science shows birds like the Golden Eagle and Mountain Bluebird face shrinking and shifting ranges within the state if carbon pollution continues spewing.
Environmental Justice Pioneer Deeohn Ferris Joins the National Audubon Society
July 10, 2017
— Ferris joins the 112-year-old conservation nonprofit as new vice president for equity, diversity and inclusion.
Diverted Water, Longer Droughts and Climate Change Threaten Birds in the Arid West
July 5, 2017
— A new report from Audubon highlights dangers facing birds living in the Colorado River basin and across a network of saline lakes.
Gulf Coast Nesting Birds Perish After Tropical Storm Cindy
June 29, 2017
— Audubon Calls for Volunteers to Help Affected Bird Colonies
Protect the Law that Protects Birds
June 28, 2017
— Efforts to improve the Endangered Species Act's success must work within the existing law to protect the rich natural heritage of the United States.
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