Advocacy

Victory! New National Wildlife Refuge Will Protect Imperiled Shrubland Birds

Following an extensive public review process, the U.S.

With Election Settled, Transition Begins and Audubon Prepares for What Is Ahead

Tuesday’s election results have set the course for the next Congress and administration, and set the stage for the final weeks of the outgoin

Colorado River Delta Ecosystem Blooms After Historic Water Release

For nearly two decades, the Colorado River failed to reach the sea.

A Vote for Washington State's I-732 Carbon Tax Proposal Is a Vote for a Safer Planet

A Vote for Washington State's I-732 Carbon Tax Proposal Is a Vote for a Safer Planet

— To help save birds and future generations, Audubon’s leaders are throwing their support behind what could be the nation’s first carbon tax.

Victory! New Marine National Monument Will Protect Winter Habitat for Puffins

President Obama has announced the establishment of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument, which will provide permanent prote

National Wildlife Refuge in Florida at Risk Over State-Federal Dispute

A dispute between a Florida agency and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service could mean the elimination of the Arthur R.

Renewable Energy Plan Safeguards Desert Bird Habitat

A new plan released last month for renewable energy development across 10 million acres of federal public lands in the Mojave and Colorado Deserts

New Poll Demonstrates Widespread Daily Enjoyment of Birds and Support for Stronger Bird Protections

In a national poll commissioned by Audubon in late August, a majority of registered voters supported stronger regulations to protect birds from dea

Washington State Could Pass the First Carbon Tax in the Nation

Washington State Could Pass the First Carbon Tax in the Nation

— Audubon Washington is backing an upcoming ballot measure to fight climate change and protect birds.
The Most Important Bird Law in the Country Needs an Overhaul

The Most Important Bird Law in the Country Needs an Overhaul

— One of our oldest bird regulations is due for an update—and the sooner the better.