Press Room

Bipartisan Legislation to Fund Wildlife Recovery Introduced in the U.S. Senate

— The funding provided will benefit birds, other wildlife, and communities across the United States.

Biden Administration Revokes Trump Rule That Allowed Sand Mining in Protected Coastal Areas

— Audubon successfully defended a decades-old bipartisan law that protects important beaches and wetlands for birds and people.

Biden Administration to Restore Protections For Alaska’s Tongass National Forest

— USDA announces a new strategy to protect old-growth trees that are important to local communities, birds, and the planet.

2021 Audubon Photography Awards Winners Enchant with Birdlife Imagery

— The leading North American bird photography competition broadens winners with the first year of prizes for female birds and bird videos.

National Audubon Society Urges Next Step in Union Vote

— “Every person who has a stake should have a vote.”

Congress Votes to Restore Methane Emissions Regulations in a Boost to Combating Climate Change

— President Biden is expected to sign the resolution, which will reinstate limits on the dangerous greenhouse gas.

Bipartisan Bill Addressing Pollution on Working Lands and Economic Support to Landowners Passes Senate

WASHINGTON (June 24, 2021) ­–  “The Growing Climate Solutions Act recognizes the critical role that our working lands play in

New Bill to Strengthen International Conservation for Albatrosses and Petrels

— By expanding seabird conservation internationally, this move would level the playing field for U.S. fisheries.

Legislation Would Strengthen Funding Streams for Coastal Restoration By Sharing Revenue from Offshore Wind

— As storms continue to pummel our coasts, increased funding for coastal restoration is necessary to protect our communities and wildlife from the worst effects of climate change.

Audubon Statement on Manzana Wind Power Plant Permit

— Audubon pledges to monitor the development of the California site to minimize, mitigate, and avoid harm to condors.