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New 30-Year Eagle Kill Rule Gets Finalized
December 15, 2016
— After hearing public and conservationists’ concerns, the government is sticking to its original incidental-take plan, with a few small changes.
Why Permits to Kill Eagles Shouldn’t Last Three Decades
June 22, 2016
— The government wants to increase the number and timeline for accidental eagle deaths—but it doesn't even know if the birds can sustain those losses.
Four Astonishing Ways Birds Are Coping With Our Energy Demands
April 29, 2016
— From Pennsylvania to Canada, birds are finding ways to dodge power structures and development.
In Victory for Eagles, USFWS Gives Up Fight for 30-Year Take Permits
January 22, 2016
— The government just dropped its latest effort to give longer-term take permits to wind farms and other companies.
How Clean Energy and Birds Can Coexist
January 6, 2016
— In a Huffington Post op-ed, Audubon CEO David Yarnold lauds renewable energy projects that take wildlife into consideration.
Kicking the Carbon Habit for Good
September 9, 2015
— Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania is tapping solar and wind power, green buildings, and more to take its carbon pollution down to zero.
A Little Less Gloom and Doom
March 16, 2015
— Renewable energy went up and carbon emissions flatlined in 2014.
Clues to Conserving the Golden Eagle Hidden in Its DNA
May 13, 2014
— Sequencing the raptor’s genome reveals new insights into protecting it from wind turbines and other threats.
Audubon's Position on Wind Power
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