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Audubon and National Park Service Predict Major Changes for Birds in a Warming World
March 21, 2018
— As our changing climate pushes birds out of historic ranges, America’s national parks could see an influx of newcomers and the departure of familiar species by 2050.
Audubon Urges Clean Energy Innovation
March 15, 2018
— Secretary of Energy Rick Perry to appear before House Appropriations Committee.
Washington Legislature Fails to Pass Popular Climate Bill
March 9, 2018
— An army of utility lobbyists defeated legislation setting a 100 percent clean electricity standard, despite support from a broad coalition of labor, public health, clean energy and conservation organizations.
Use Your Zip Code to Attract Brilliant Birds to Your Yard This Spring
March 8, 2018
— Audubon’s Plants for Birds database makes ecologically-friendly landscaping choices a snap.
Nebraska's Largest Solar Array is Surrounded by Bird-Friendly Plants
March 8, 2018
— The clean-energy project in Kearney is landscaped with native plants that will help birds today and tomorrow.
Secretary Zinke Overestimates Wind Power’s Impact on Birds, Downplays Fossil Fuel’s Risks
March 7, 2018
— Wind turbines do kill birds, but oil, gas and climate change pose a much larger threat.
Oregon Lake and Its Birds at Risk from Low Water Levels, High Salt Content
March 7, 2018
— Migratory birds and their food source require narrow range of salinity, 25-year study shows.
Audubon Wishes Senator Thad Cochran Well In Retirement
March 6, 2018
— As a leader of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Senator Cochran often rose above partisan politics to support conservation.
The White House Is Putting America’s Biggest Conservation Victory At Risk
March 5, 2018
— Ignoring majorities of voters in every Western state and fostering uncertainty is the wrong approach to protecting sage-grouse.
The National Audubon Society Honors Sir David Attenborough, Peggy Shepard and Dave Morine at Annual Gala
March 2, 2018
— The Audubon Medal, President's Award and Dan W. Lufkin Prize for Environmental Leadership are among the highest honors in conservation.
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