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Audubon: New Sage-Grouse Review Plan is “Nothing More Than Window-Dressing”

Audubon: New Sage-Grouse Review Plan is “Nothing More Than Window-Dressing”

— BLM’s commitment to removing Greater Sage-Grouse protections undermines any claims of meaningfully addressing important court order.
Victory for Birds in Virginia!

Victory for Birds in Virginia!

— Governor Northam sets a new standard for bird conservation.
Audubon and the Walton Family Foundation Invest in Next Generation of Conservation Leaders

Audubon and the Walton Family Foundation Invest in Next Generation of Conservation Leaders

— National organizations work with Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-Serving Institutions to build career opportunities in conservation.
Practical, Ambitious Virginia Clean Economy Act Passes General Assembly

Practical, Ambitious Virginia Clean Economy Act Passes General Assembly

— The Commonwealth takes bold next step toward becoming first in the Southeast to pass clean energy standard legislation.
President’s Budget Falls Short For Climate, Birds and the Environment

President’s Budget Falls Short For Climate, Birds and the Environment

— “Birds are telling us now is the time to do more…”
Audubon Advocates Increase in Avian Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2021

Audubon Advocates Increase in Avian Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2021

— “Now is the time to fully invest in conservation programs…”
Counting is Caring: Join the Great Backyard Bird Count

Counting is Caring: Join the Great Backyard Bird Count

— All around the world, people are helping birds by counting them for science.
Administration Doubles Down on Bird-Killer Policy

Administration Doubles Down on Bird-Killer Policy

— 100-year-old bipartisan conservation law in the cross-hairs
Congress Must Seize Opportunity to Enhance the Sustainability and Resilience of Our Infrastructure

Congress Must Seize Opportunity to Enhance the Sustainability and Resilience of Our Infrastructure

— Initiatives in a proposed infrastructure framework would mitigate the effects of climate change for both birds and people.
New Water Rule Endangers Millions of Birds and America’s Water Supply

New Water Rule Endangers Millions of Birds and America’s Water Supply

— 138 bird species are wetland dependent.