Audubon Advisory

What the New Secretary of Agriculture Means for Birds

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

Recent Victories for Birds

— Congress Supports Important Conservation Programs in Federal Budget and Upholds Rules to Limit Methane Pollution

New Executive Orders Put America's Coasts and Public Lands at Risk

Last month, President Trump signed two Executive Orders that put at risk vast areas of our nation’s lands and waters.

Continuing America’s Land and Water Conservation Legacy

Created by Congress over 50 years ago, the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) has protected birds and the places they need, local parks and pl

An Unknown Future for the Greater Sage-Grouse

— Conservation Milestone Imperiled
Executive Order Puts Streams and Wetlands at Risk

Executive Order Puts Streams and Wetlands at Risk

Last week, President Trump issued an executive order initiating a review of the Clean Water Rule, also know as the Waters of the United States (WOT

Cabinet Secretaries and Conservation

The new leadership at our federal departments and agencies will play a significant role in key decisions impacting Audubon’s conservati

Preserving America's Conservation Legacy

Our nation’s conservation programs support critical partnerships with communities to protect the local places we love and the habitat t

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.