Press Room

Audubon: “Illegal directors make illegal decisions.”

Audubon: “Illegal directors make illegal decisions.”

— Federal court invalidates decisions made by illegally installed BLM Director Pendley.
Administration Continues to Defend its Illegal Bird-Killing Policy

Administration Continues to Defend its Illegal Bird-Killing Policy

— In a new court filing the administration indicated it intends to appeal a court ruling made in August which found its rollback of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act illegal.
Illegal Plans and Decisions Made by William Perry Pendley Must Be Retracted

Illegal Plans and Decisions Made by William Perry Pendley Must Be Retracted

— Coalition of conservation organizations delivers letter to Secretary Bernhardt calling for immediate review.
Indiana Senator Mike Braun Discusses Bipartisan Climate Solutions with Young Leaders in the State

Indiana Senator Mike Braun Discusses Bipartisan Climate Solutions with Young Leaders in the State

— Senator Braun joined Audubon Great Lakes, the American Conservation Coalition, and the Indiana Federation of College Republicans for a discussion on climate solutions good for the economy, birds, and people.
Forest Service Proceeds with Plans to Remove Roadless Protections for Tongass National Forest

Forest Service Proceeds with Plans to Remove Roadless Protections for Tongass National Forest

— Agency ignores importance of old-growth trees for birds, fish, and local communities.
New Legislation Would Protect Public Input and Hold Oil and Gas Drillers Accountable

New Legislation Would Protect Public Input and Hold Oil and Gas Drillers Accountable

— Two bills introduced by Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) increase accountability for oil and gas companies that walk away from their wells and ensure public oversight.
Administration Relaxes Rules for Oil and Gas Drilling in National Forests

Administration Relaxes Rules for Oil and Gas Drilling in National Forests

— Proposed rule cuts the public out of oil and gas leasing decisions for National Forests.
Audubon Study Confirms Solar Is a Major Economic Driver in South Carolina

Audubon Study Confirms Solar Is a Major Economic Driver in South Carolina

— Audubon South Carolina's newly commissioned report shows that the solar energy industry has a $1.5 billion impact in the state.
Converse County Oil and Gas Project Poses Serious Threats to Raptors, Sage-Grouse

Converse County Oil and Gas Project Poses Serious Threats to Raptors, Sage-Grouse

— Conservation groups protest plan to build 5,000 new wells in critical wildlife habitat.
Lawsuit Fights Administration's Plan to Open 18 Million Acres of  Western Arctic to Oil and Gas Drilling

Lawsuit Fights Administration's Plan to Open 18 Million Acres of Western Arctic to Oil and Gas Drilling

— Environmental groups head to court to fight energy development plan that will damage pristine wilderness and critical habitat and deepen the climate crisis.