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Bipartisan Bill in U.S. House Seeks to Reduce Bird Collisions with Federal Buildings

Bipartisan Bill in U.S. House Seeks to Reduce Bird Collisions with Federal Buildings

— As many as a billion birds die each year in window strikes; federal government can lead in cost-neutral, bird-friendly planning
Audubon Names Natalie Dawson as Executive Director of Alaska State Office

Audubon Names Natalie Dawson as Executive Director of Alaska State Office

— Proven conservation leader and public servant leads the way to protect Alaska’s birds and the places they need.
White House Ramps Up Plan to Drill in The Arctic Refuge; Audubon Calls It “Inexplicable”

White House Ramps Up Plan to Drill in The Arctic Refuge; Audubon Calls It “Inexplicable”

— Hasty environmental review ignores science, human rights and public support for protections
Senate Votes to Protect Additional 17,000 Acres of U.S. Coastline

Senate Votes to Protect Additional 17,000 Acres of U.S. Coastline

— Benefits Go to Shorebirds, Local Economies and Taxpayers Nationwide
Audubon Expands Its Government Affairs Team with Internal Promotion, External Hires

Audubon Expands Its Government Affairs Team with Internal Promotion, External Hires

— Signals Growing Commitment to Bipartisan Advocacy for Birds and People
Audubon, Colombian Government Partner to Launch Central Andes Birding Trail

Audubon, Colombian Government Partner to Launch Central Andes Birding Trail

NEW YORK – As winter migration ends this season in the United States, the National Audubon Society announces the launch of the Central A

Bird Abundance Increases in Colorado River Delta after 2014 Pulse Flow, New Report Says

Bird Abundance Increases in Colorado River Delta after 2014 Pulse Flow, New Report Says

— U.S.-Mexico Colorado River collaboration leads to 20% increase in bird abundance.
Highlights and Wins from 2018

Highlights and Wins from 2018

— In 2018, Audubon worked tirelessly to safeguard birds. Here's a look at our biggest successes over the past year.
Audubon Responds to Secretary Zinke’s Resignation: He Never Found a Balance

Audubon Responds to Secretary Zinke’s Resignation: He Never Found a Balance

— Zinke never found a balance; his successor could
2018 Farm Bill Boosts Conservation, “Gives Birds a Lot to Celebrate”

2018 Farm Bill Boosts Conservation, “Gives Birds a Lot to Celebrate”

— Tricolored Blackbird, Western Meadowlark, Henslow’s Sparrow and More Will All Benefit
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