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Millions of Migratory Birds Catch a Break as NYC Passes Bird-Friendly Building Law

Millions of Migratory Birds Catch a Break as NYC Passes Bird-Friendly Building Law

— Construction of new buildings and major renovations to existing buildings will now be required to use bird-safe materials that greatly reduce collision risks to migratory birds.
U.S. House Passes Coastal Resilience Bill That Will Benefit Birds and People

U.S. House Passes Coastal Resilience Bill That Will Benefit Birds and People

— Statement from Karen Hyun, VP for Coastal Conservation, National Audubon Society
 Three Non-profit Vets Assume Leadership Roles at National Audubon Society

Three Non-profit Vets Assume Leadership Roles at National Audubon Society

— Njambi Good and Amy Sobel to lead flyway work; new role for Justin Stokes.
New Projects Will Restore Much-Needed Bird Habitat on the Gulf Coast

New Projects Will Restore Much-Needed Bird Habitat on the Gulf Coast

— Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council directs over $150 million to restore swamps, wetlands in Louisiana and Alabama.
Audubon Applauds Advance of Wildlife Recovery Bill by House Committee

Audubon Applauds Advance of Wildlife Recovery Bill by House Committee

— Bipartisan legislation will benefit birds, other wildlife, and communities
Audubon Names Aurelio Ramos as Senior Vice President for the International Alliances Program

Audubon Names Aurelio Ramos as Senior Vice President for the International Alliances Program

— Ramos brings Audubon more than a decade of experience in the Latin American Region from The Nature Conservancy.
Audubon Invites You to Celebrate 120 Years of the Annual Christmas Bird Count

Audubon Invites You to Celebrate 120 Years of the Annual Christmas Bird Count

— Between December 14 and January 5, participants will join the world’s longest-running wildlife census, which contributes invaluable data to bird population research.
Audubon Pushes for Focus on Natural Infrastructure in Water Resource Projects

Audubon Pushes for Focus on Natural Infrastructure in Water Resource Projects

Every two years Congress aims to pass a Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), which approves projects that steward and restore many of our nation

Audubon Receives Grants to Make Our Coasts More Resilient to Climate Change

Audubon Receives Grants to Make Our Coasts More Resilient to Climate Change

— Projects in North Carolina, New York and California will improve coastal wetlands for birds and people.
Experts in Ecology & Developmental Disability Join National Audubon Society Board of Directors

Experts in Ecology & Developmental Disability Join National Audubon Society Board of Directors

— Nation’s oldest conservation nonprofit elects two new leaders to national board of directors.