Advocacy

Proposed Wyoming Bill Allowing Sage-Grouse Captive Rearing Is Deeply Flawed

Proposed Wyoming Bill Allowing Sage-Grouse Captive Rearing Is Deeply Flawed

— The proposal would let commercial farms harvest Greater Sage-Grouse and their eggs. But there's no scientific evidence or public interest to support such an endeavor.
How to Get Involved

How to Get Involved

— Want to help birds but aren't sure exactly how? Here's what you can do.

What Cabinet Nominees Mean for Birds

Audubon has fought to protect birds under 28 presidents, and we consistently work with both political parties to achieve conservation successes.

Audubon's Conservation Agenda in the 115th Congress

The 115th session of Congress kicked off last month along with the inauguration of the new President.

Reminder: Scott Pruitt Is Still an Abysmal Choice to Lead the EPA

Reminder: Scott Pruitt Is Still an Abysmal Choice to Lead the EPA

— The former Oklahoma attorney general is likely to be approved this week, but there are a slew of reasons why he shouldn't be. Here are some of them.
Washington State Audubon Chapters Rally to Help Save the Marbled Murrelet

Washington State Audubon Chapters Rally to Help Save the Marbled Murrelet

— This seabird with unusual nesting habits is endangered due to loss of old-growth forest stands in the Pacific Northwest.
Scott Pruitt Is a Dangerous Pick to Lead the EPA

Scott Pruitt Is a Dangerous Pick to Lead the EPA

— David Yarnold, Audubon's president and CEO, on why the former Oklahoma attorney general is unfit to head up the agency.
10 Major Audubon Conservation Wins from 2016

10 Major Audubon Conservation Wins from 2016

— It's been a pretty good year for helping birds and the environment.
Top Wins in 2016: A Year in Review

Top Wins in 2016: A Year in Review

1. New and Expanded National Monuments Protect Birds’ Ocean Habitat

Victory for Greater Sage-Grouse

Did you know the sage-grouse does not threaten our military operations?