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The 118th Annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count is Almost Here

The 118th Annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count is Almost Here

— The world’s longest-running wildlife census contributes invaluable data to bird population research.
Shrinking Our Public Lands Leads Only to a Diminished American Greatness

Shrinking Our Public Lands Leads Only to a Diminished American Greatness

— The majestic landscapes that enrich our society and provide homes for birds and wildlife deserve better.
Thousands of Westerners Speak Up to Protect the Greater Sage-Grouse

Thousands of Westerners Speak Up to Protect the Greater Sage-Grouse

— Sagebrush communities reject Washington’s attempt to rewrite landmark conservation plans.
National Leaders in Philanthropy, Wildlife Ecology and Natural Resources Policy Join Audubon Board

National Leaders in Philanthropy, Wildlife Ecology and Natural Resources Policy Join Audubon Board

— Conservation nonprofit adds Packard Foundation executive, Clemson University professor and former deputy secretary of the Interior to board of directors.
Despite Recent Keystone Oil Spill, Nebraska Approves Dangerous Pipeline

Despite Recent Keystone Oil Spill, Nebraska Approves Dangerous Pipeline

— The Nebraska Public Service Commission is putting Sandhill Crane habitat and water supply for Nebraska communities at risk.
Audubon Encouraged by Bird-Friendly Solar Array to Power National Geographic

Audubon Encouraged by Bird-Friendly Solar Array to Power National Geographic

— Landscaping clean energy projects with native plants helps birds today and tomorrow.
Arctic Drilling Bill Heads to Tax Package: Audubon Will Fight On

Arctic Drilling Bill Heads to Tax Package: Audubon Will Fight On

— No one would drill for oil in Yosemite Valley, and the same should be true for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Spoiler Alert: Drilling and Wildlife Cannot Coexist in the Arctic Refuge

Spoiler Alert: Drilling and Wildlife Cannot Coexist in the Arctic Refuge

— In an area as ecologically sensitive as the coastal plain of the Arctic Refuge, there is no such thing as a “small” footprint.
37 Leading Arctic Wildlife Scientists Oppose Arctic Refuge Drilling

37 Leading Arctic Wildlife Scientists Oppose Arctic Refuge Drilling

— Following the introduction of legislation to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, dozens of Arctic wildlife experts unite in opposition.