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Audubon: Senate Water Bill Is “Encouraging"
May 8, 2018
— Water projects are important to birds and people.
National Audubon Society Names Julie Wraithmell as Audubon Florida’s Next Executive Director
May 3, 2018
— Twenty-year conservation veteran to lead Florida’s most influential conservation organization
Audubon: Rewriting Sage-Grouse Conservation Plans Is Risky and Unnecessary
May 2, 2018
— Threatening the largest conservation agreement in American history puts the sagebrush landscape as well as its economy, people and wildlife at risk.
Utah Governor Herbert Declares May as Month of the Bird
April 30, 2018
— A number of events lined up in the state for Utahns to enjoy and celebrate birds
Audubon, Other Conservation Groups Call on Trump Administration to Honor Sage-Grouse Agreement
April 30, 2018
— Lawsuit filed after administration violates federal law by deciding to lease sensitive sage-grouse habitat for drilling.
Audubon to Be Special Guest to French President Emmanuel Macron Joint Session of Congress
April 23, 2018
— Florida Congressman invites water conservation and Everglades restoration expert to signal support for Paris Climate Agreement.
Audubon Remembers Deepwater Horizon: Accountability Matters
April 19, 2018
— Audubon remains deeply committed to Gulf restoration and to protecting the laws that held BP accountable.
Audubon: “Farm Bill is Critical for Birds and Agriculture"
April 12, 2018
— The Farm Bill is the largest source of federal funding for private lands conservation.
Audubon Washington Celebrates a Victory for Birds and People
April 10, 2018
— The Department of Ecology made the responsible decision to end a half-century of pesticide use in Grays Harbor and Willapa Bay.
The National Audubon Society Announces Landmark $10 Million Gift from Overlook International Foundation to Address Climate Change
April 10, 2018
— The gift will help Audubon engage its 1.2 million members in creating bipartisan public demand for climate solutions.
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