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In the Evergreen State, Strong Public Support for 100 Percent Clean Electricity and Clean Fuels
January 12, 2018
— New state poll presents public support for Washington legislators who act on climate.
The National Audubon Society Hires Trio of Proven Conservation Leaders
January 10, 2018
— America’s largest bird conservation organization brings new leadership to state programs in California, New Mexico and Texas.
Audubon Invites Photographers to Enter 2018 Photo Awards Contest
January 8, 2018
— Winning entries will be published in Audubon magazine and displayed within the Nature’s Best Photography Exhibition at the Smithsonian for one year.
Audubon Names Suzanne Langley as Head of Texas State Office
January 8, 2018
— Langley will become executive director of Audubon Texas after successful stint at Birmingham Audubon chapter.
Izembek Land Transfer Paves the Way for a Road through Vital Bird Habitat
January 6, 2018
— Systematic dismantling of wilderness has huge ramifications for birds, wildlife and our nation’s public lands.
Audubon and National Geographic Declare 2018 as Year of the Bird
January 5, 2018
— More than 100 organizations join forces for 12 months of storytelling and science to examine how our changing environment is impacting birds around the globe.
White House Plans to Vastly Expand Drilling near America’s Beaches and Coasts
January 4, 2018
— The proposed five-year plan exposes critical shorebird habitat and coastal communities to dangerous and unnecessary oil drilling.
The White House Turns Its Back on America’s Birds
December 22, 2017
— The Trump Administration will no longer hold industry accountable for bird deaths.
Audubon: “We’ll Do Whatever It Takes to Prevent Drilling in America’s Bird Nursery”
December 20, 2017
— Arctic provision in tax bill opens Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas drilling.
Audubon to Congress: “This Is The Wake-Up Call You’ve Been Waiting For”
December 15, 2017
— The New York Times reveals 1986 well drilled in Refuge: Damage continues.
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