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Where Do Maine's Atlantic Puffins Go for the Winter?
February 12, 2016
— Audubon scientists tracked breeding puffins from Maine to finally learn where they pass the colder months—in a maze of underwater canyons and mountains southeast of Massachusetts.
In Suspected Pro-Development Move, California Coastal Commission Ousts Its Director
February 9, 2016
— Despite hours of testimony in support of current executive director Charles Lester, the commission voted against their leader last night.
New Bahamas National Park Will Protect Coastal Birds
September 1, 2015
— Formerly unknown shorebird wintering grounds receive permanent protection after discoveries and collaboration.
Saving Baby Seabirds From Crash Landings
July 28, 2015
— Countless young seabirds plummet to earth each year after becoming disoriented by artificial light. For a lucky few, rescuers are there to greet them.
Darling Guillemot Chicks Make Their Debut
July 8, 2015
— These fascinating seabirds might make you forget your usual reality TV show.
June 30, 2015
— Keep an eye out for these chicks when you hit the water this summer.
Spying on Puffins
June 9, 2015
— The coast of Maine is alive with seabirds—see for yourself.
Santa Barbara Oil Spill Hits the Coast
May 21, 2015
— The tens of thousands of gallons of crude leaked into the Pacific could be devastating to the ecosystem and surrounding wildlife.
President Obama Approves Arctic Drilling Permit for Shell
May 11, 2015
— “This is just cynical partisan politics … it’s a phony deal,” says Audubon CEO David Yarnold
Why Drilling the Chukchi is a Bad Idea
May 11, 2015
— In a letter to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Audubon Alaska and partners ask BOEM to reconsider allowing Shell to drill in the Chukchi Sea.
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