‘Devastating’ Supreme Court Decision Leaves Wetlands Unprotected

By Andy McGlashen
May 26, 2023 — Developers can now drain or pollute most wetlands without violating the Clean Water Act, legal experts say.

Using Science to Craft Conservation Policy that Emphasizes Biodiversity in a Changing Climate

By Sarah Saunders and Mariah Meek
April 18, 2023 — As the Biden Administration implements the America the Beautiful initiative, a new study identifies areas most likely to provide refuge for plants and wildlife as temperatures warm.

We Might Not Have Trumpeter Swans Without George Meléndez Wright

By Jerry Emory
April 14, 2023 — A conservation powerhouse and the subject of a new biography, Wright also changed how our national parks protect and manage wildlife.
Audubon in Action

Audubon Events Marking Earth Day 2023

By National Audubon Society
April 12, 2023 — Across the Audubon network, state offices and chapters are marking Earth Day on and around April 22.

The Window for Saving the Sagebrush Ecosystem is Rapidly Closing

By Andy McGlashen
March 28, 2023 — A health report for a vast western landscape finds alarming habitat loss but offers a strategy for saving what remains.
Audubon Americas

Why it is worth changing Colombia's productive landscapes

By Audubon Americas
March 27, 2023 — By working productive landscapes and connecting different ecosystems, we provide safe habitats for birds and biodiversity and achieve environmental benefits for people while improving the productivity and profitability of farmers and communities with a long-term sustainable impact.
The Flyways

Chile prepares to include birds in its GDP

By Javiera Ferreyra
March 07, 2023 — Chile is a world destination for adventure and nature tourism. This line of the economy is growing and will soon reach higher levels thanks to the fact that birdwatching is on the rise in the country.

Study Identifies Areas Most Likely to Sustain Biodiversity in a Changing Climate

By National Audubon Society
January 11, 2023 — Study calls for areas to be prioritized in conservation efforts like the America the Beautiful Initiative.

The Clock Is Ticking on a Holiday Miracle for Wildlife—Will Congress Deliver?

By Andy McGlashen
December 16, 2022 — The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act represents a turning point after decades of dramatic underfunding for conservation programs, supporters say. Time to pass it is running out.
Press Room

Trust Indigenous Land Stewards to Lead on Global Conservation

By Elizabeth Gray and Stephanie Thorassie
December 16, 2022 — Canada’s Indigenous-led conservation initiatives are model solutions for protecting biodiversity