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Audubon’s 15th Annual Women in Conservation Luncheon Honors Gina McCarthy, Mary Powell, and Dorceta E. Taylor

Audubon’s 15th Annual Women in Conservation Luncheon Honors Gina McCarthy, Mary Powell, and Dorceta E. Taylor

— Women Conservation Leaders Receive Prestigious 2018 Rachel Carson Award
Audubon Lawsuit Seeks to Restore Protections for Migratory Birds

Audubon Lawsuit Seeks to Restore Protections for Migratory Birds

WASHINGTON – A coalition of national environmental groups, including the National Audubon Society, the American Bird Conservancy, Center for

Audubon Joins Carbon Capture Coalition

Audubon Joins Carbon Capture Coalition

— As the first wildlife advocacy organization to join, Audubon brings unique perspective to the table.
Audubon Supports New Bipartisan House Bill Protecting Undeveloped Coastal Areas, Saving U.S. Tax Dollars, Promoting Public Safety

Audubon Supports New Bipartisan House Bill Protecting Undeveloped Coastal Areas, Saving U.S. Tax Dollars, Promoting Public Safety

— Legislation expands environmental protections on coastal habitats and communities.
Audubon Chief Conservation Officer David O'Neill Meets with Secretary Zinke

Audubon Chief Conservation Officer David O'Neill Meets with Secretary Zinke

— Top conservation organizations share priorities at Department of the Interior roundtable meeting.
Audubon Launches New Community Science Program, Calls for Volunteers

Audubon Launches New Community Science Program, Calls for Volunteers

— Birds provide important information about our changing climate.
Audubon: Rushed Lease Sale Process Jeopardizes the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Audubon: Rushed Lease Sale Process Jeopardizes the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

— Migrating Arctic birds face an uncertain future as the Department of the Interior circumvents proper process.
Lahontan Wetlands Celebrates 30 Years as Internationally Important Site

Lahontan Wetlands Celebrates 30 Years as Internationally Important Site

— Lahontan’s designation protects more than 100,000 birds annually
South Carolina's Conservation Bank Reauthorization Is a Major Win for the State

South Carolina's Conservation Bank Reauthorization Is a Major Win for the State

— Audubon applauds unanimous passage of legislation to protect South Carolina's critical habitat and culturally significant lands.
Audubon Hails Biomedical Breakthrough as "Win-Win" for Birds and Business

Audubon Hails Biomedical Breakthrough as "Win-Win" for Birds and Business

— A synthetic molecule may help save the endangered Red Knot.