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Gulf Restoration Groups to Congressional Leaders: We’re Counting On You to Keep Your Word
June 8, 2017
— As Secretary Ross and Secretary Zinke Both Testify about the President’s Proposed Budget, Conservation Groups Call on Congress to Keep their Promises on Restoration
Science Matters—Keep Protecting the Golden-cheeked Warbler
June 5, 2017
— If attempts to gut protections for the Texas songbird succeed, it could face extinction.
White House to Warming World: Bake On
June 1, 2017
— President Trump needlessly backs out of the most important climate plan the world has ever seen.
Give the West a Break—Let Sage-Grouse Conservation Plans Work
May 31, 2017
— By issuing a secretarial order to reverse course on grouse conservation plans, Secretary Zinke would put an entire landscape at risk.
Audubon Announces Karen Profita as New Executive Director of Louisiana State Office
May 24, 2017
Here We Go Again: Birds in the Crosshairs of White House Budget Proposal
May 22, 2017
— Major cuts to clean energy solutions, conservation programs, and a nefarious plan for the Arctic Refuge included in latest budget from the Trump Administration.
Audubon’s 14th Annual Women in Conservation Luncheon Honors Jamie Rappaport Clark, Dr. Heidi Cullen, and Anne Thompson
May 17, 2017
— Women Conservation Leaders Receive Prestigious 2017 Rachel Carson Award
Methane Rule Stays Intact in Victory for Birds and Common Sense
May 10, 2017
— Efforts to revoke regulation limiting methane waste on federal lands fails in the Senate.
Birds Avoid Chopping Block (For Now) as Congress Leaves Out Most Proposed Cuts to Conservation
May 4, 2017
— The spending package for the rest of the fiscal year includes increases for several programs that thousands of Audubon members urged their members of Congress to fund.
Oil and Birds Don’t Mix—Opening Our Coasts to Drilling is a Bad Idea
April 27, 2017
— By doubling down on offshore drilling, the White House ignores science and tempts fate.
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