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The Migratory Bird Treaty Act, Explained
January 26, 2018
— Don’t know what the MBTA even is? Here’s your comprehensive guide to the Act—including why it's at risk.
Parrots Among Most-Threatened Bird Groups
February 23, 2016
— Polly doesn’t want a cracker, he wants a future.
Sitting Ducks: Why Millions of Arctic Seabirds Are in Danger
December 31, 2015
— Oil spills, climate change, fishing, shipping routes—threats facing Arctic seabirds are vast, and hard to track.
The Nicaragua Canal: Still a Very Bad Plan
October 8, 2015
— Construction of the canal, already delayed by more than a year, will harm the environment and the local community, according to a new environmental impact assessment.
As Sage-Grouse Decision Looms, West Holds Its Breath
September 3, 2015
— U.S. Fish and Wildlife will decide whether to list the bird by the end of September.
An MBTA for the 21st Century
July 7, 2015
— Audubon played a key role in stirring sentiment for bird protection a hundred years ago—and is now working to strengthen our premier avian conservation law.
What’s Up With the Greater Sage-Grouse?
May 29, 2015
— A definitive guide to the most talked-about bird in the West.
Department of the Interior Reveals Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plans
May 29, 2015
— The Bureau of Land Management announced plans to maintain habitat for the Greater Sage-Grouse while still fostering the Western economy.
How to Protect Birds from 21st Century Threats
May 22, 2015
— There are already some easy ways to help keep birds safe.
Free Bird No. 500
May 13, 2015
— Learn more about Charlie, the latest Bald Eagle to be returned to the wild by Audubon’s raptor rehabilitation center in Florida.
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