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A Majority of Registered Voters Want Stronger Protections for Birds

A Majority of Registered Voters Want Stronger Protections for Birds

— As the Obama Administration considers strengthening the country's most important bird law, recent polling suggests major support.
New England’s Canyons and Seamounts Declared as First Atlantic Marine National Monument

New England’s Canyons and Seamounts Declared as First Atlantic Marine National Monument

— Area Revealed Critical to Atlantic Puffin Survival
Audubon Announces Historic Water Release to the Middle Rio Grande

Audubon Announces Historic Water Release to the Middle Rio Grande

— Audubon New Mexico releases water received from Four Middle Rio Grande Pueblos and the Club at Las Campanas
White House and California Sign Agreement to Move Vital Salton Sea Projects Forward

White House and California Sign Agreement to Move Vital Salton Sea Projects Forward

— Audubon calls for California officials to build on momentum to avoid a public health crisis and to save critical bird sites.
Following BP Oil Spill, A Comprehensive Gulf Restoration Plan Emerges

Following BP Oil Spill, A Comprehensive Gulf Restoration Plan Emerges

— Plan will help Gulf ecosystem and birds recover from largest marine oil spill in U.S. history
The West (Barely) Dodges a Bullet

The West (Barely) Dodges a Bullet

— Feds don’t declare water shortage of Colorado River, but we’re still using too much
Audubon Rings NYSE Opening Bell in Celebration of Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial

Audubon Rings NYSE Opening Bell in Celebration of Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial

NEW YORK -- Today, the National Audubon Society visited the New York Stock Exchange to highlight the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty,

Audubon Welcomes Cary Brown and Lili Taylor to Board of Directors

Audubon Welcomes Cary Brown and Lili Taylor to Board of Directors

— Award-Winning Artist and Emmy Nominated Actress Elected to Conservation Group Board
The Golden-cheeked Warbler Avoids Sure Path to Extinction, Remains Protected

The Golden-cheeked Warbler Avoids Sure Path to Extinction, Remains Protected

— Efforts to Undermine the Endangered Species Act Fail as US Fish and Wildlife Service Rejects Junk Science
Audubon Scientists Uncover One-third of Wintering Bird Populations Declined Since 1966

Audubon Scientists Uncover One-third of Wintering Bird Populations Declined Since 1966

— New Hierarchical Models Facilitate Compelling Analysis of Century Old Citizen Science Data