Press Room

Passage of the Sweeping Climate Bill Offers Renewed Promise in the Fight Against Climate Change

— Unprecedented investments in renewable energy, climate resilience, agriculture, forestry, and environmental justice will help create a better future for people and wildlife.

National Audubon Society and Audubon Great Lakes Mourn the Loss of Rep. Jackie Walorski, Emma Thompson, and Zach Potts

— Audubon's Statement on Congresswoman Walorski's Lasting Impact in the Great Lakes

Historic Climate Legislation Would Put the U.S. Back on Track to Meet Energy Goals

— The Senate has an opportunity to take a major step in reducing emissions and creating a cleaner future for birds and communities.

Bird Protections, Conservation Programs May Receive Increased Federal Funding

— Congress continues working on federal spending bills as September deadline inches nearer.

Audubon Announces 2022 Audubon Photography Awards Winners

— Premiere North American bird photography competition features stunning photos and videos from professionals, amateurs, and young people.

Supreme Court Ruling is Bad News for Birds and Everyone Else, Too

— The court's ruling in the West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency case limits our ability to respond to the climate crisis and could have other serious implications.
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“For the Birds: The Birdsong Project” Volume II Released Today

— Vol. II Artists Include Yo-Yo Ma, Elvis Costello, Natasha Lyonne, Matthew McConaughey, Florence Welch, Alice Waters, Stephin Merritt, Mary Lattimore, The Flaming Lips, Shearwater, Hania Rani, Very Nice Person, and Jeff Goldblum.

Nearly 700K Acres in Panorama Organic Rancher Network Recognized as Audubon Bird-Friendly Habitat

— Panorama Organic earns Audubon Certified bird-friendly package designation

Piping Plover Gains Ground in The Bahamas

— Three sites in The Bahamas are recognized as Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) and international conservation priorities for the endangered Piping Plover. Audubon Americas celebrates the result of this collaborative effort to map these critial sites.

Audubon and The Nature Conservancy to Lead Great Salt Lake Water Trust

— “The selection ensures expert management of an unprecedented $40 million program to protect the drying lake.”