Audubon Takes Minnesota and Wisconsin Policy Makers on Tour of Upper Mississippi

By Lindsay Brice
June 07, 2023 — Remaining river floodplain forests provide biodiversity, flood prevention.
Delaware River Watershed

Delaware River Federal Priorities for 2023 and Beyond

By Maggie Bynum
June 07, 2023 — Audubon's efforts on and off Capitol Hill.

When Birds Get Lost, Space Storms May Be to Blame

By Rebecca Heisman
June 05, 2023 — New analysis of 60 years of bird banding data shows that vagrancy increases during periods of geomagnetic disturbance.
An owl flies down to land on a sign that reads "state land wildlife management area"

Conservation Groups Aim to Cushion Birds From a Solar Power Boom

By Sara Foss
June 01, 2023 — Recognizing the desperate need for more clean energy, avian advocates are working to steer solar projects away from key habitats.
A flock of Red Knots fly in a murmuration over water.

How Audubon South Carolina Protects Their Coastal Birds and the Places They Need

By Gabrielle Saleh
June 01, 2023 — With their Shorebird Stewardship program, Audubon South Carolina protects Red Knots, American Oystercatchers, and other birds that find respite on their shores.

Why Are Buntings All So Good?

By Andy McGlashen
June 01, 2023 — Audubon investigates.
Western Water News

Tribal-led Restoration in the Colorado River Delta

By Julia Morton
May 31, 2023 — Cocopah Tribe’s vision for the river and their land.

‘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.
Renewable Energy

Audubon Settlement Improves Protections for Golden Eagles in California’s Altamont Pass

By Mike Lynes
May 16, 2023 — Important concessions will reduce risks to birds while allowing for wind energy development needed to act on climate.
Western Water News

Wet Winter Brings Arizona’s Salt River to Life

By Sam Draper
May 11, 2023 — A river flows through the heart of the Phoenix Valley.