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Delaware River Basin Commission Vote Shows Commitment to Clean, Reliable Water

Delaware River Basin Commission Vote Shows Commitment to Clean, Reliable Water

— Audubon commends the regional agency for taking important steps to protect and manage water resources for birds and communities.
Audubon Responds to Serious Allegations Against a Prominent Birder

Audubon Responds to Serious Allegations Against a Prominent Birder

Statement from National Audubon Society:

National Audubon Society Announces Merger of Audubon Mid-Atlantic, New Executive Director Suzanne Biemiller

National Audubon Society Announces Merger of Audubon Mid-Atlantic, New Executive Director Suzanne Biemiller

— Uniting forces of Audubon Pennsylvania & Audubon Maryland-DC, the leading bird conservation organization sets sights on large-scale, region-wide conservation efforts.
Innovative Bill Would Promote Regenerative Ranching in California

Innovative Bill Would Promote Regenerative Ranching in California

— Audubon-sponsored bill encourages ranching practices that restore grasslands and sequester carbon.
Rollback of Migratory Bird Protections Delayed by New Administration

Rollback of Migratory Bird Protections Delayed by New Administration

— The decision to delay implementation of this rule change offers an opportunity to reinstate and strengthen the 100-year-old law.
How Many Birds Will You Find During This Year's Great Backyard Bird Count?

How Many Birds Will You Find During This Year's Great Backyard Bird Count?

— Annual worldwide birdwatching event runs from February 12 to 15, 2021.
Biden’s 30 x 30 Plan: A Roadmap to Restore the Sagebrush Steppe

Biden’s 30 x 30 Plan: A Roadmap to Restore the Sagebrush Steppe

— Western conservation groups applaud Biden administration’s plan to conserve and restore 30 percent of the nation’s lands and waters by 2030.
Today’s Climate Actions Must be Followed by Durable Policy Changes

Today’s Climate Actions Must be Followed by Durable Policy Changes

— In a sweeping series of executive actions, President Biden took a first step in his commitment to combat climate change and address inequality.
2021 Audubon Photography Awards Open 12th Year of Competition with Two New Prizes: Female Birds & Video

2021 Audubon Photography Awards Open 12th Year of Competition with Two New Prizes: Female Birds & Video

— The North American photography and video contest is accepting entries until April 7, 2021.
Audubon Scientists Reveal Migration Bottlenecks Used by Tens of Millions of Birds

Audubon Scientists Reveal Migration Bottlenecks Used by Tens of Millions of Birds

— New study details how California’s Central Valley and the Colorado River Delta in Mexico provide food and shelter for globally significant numbers of migratory birds.