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Audubon Mourns the Passing of Conservation Hero Nathaniel Pryor Reed

Audubon Mourns the Passing of Conservation Hero Nathaniel Pryor Reed

NEW YORK — In response to today’s passing of Nathaniel Pryor Reed, dedicated conservationist and public servant, the National Audubon S

Governor Mead Proclaims 2018 as Wyoming Year of the Bird

Governor Mead Proclaims 2018 as Wyoming Year of the Bird

— The Cowboy State joins Audubon in celebrating birds and the places they need.
Audubon Prepares for Long Road Ahead of Cleaning Up Pruitt’s Messes

Audubon Prepares for Long Road Ahead of Cleaning Up Pruitt’s Messes

— Scott Pruitt’s tenure was full of corruption and pollution. Now that he’s gone, the people and birds of the United States deserve a trustworthy EPA Administrator.
Audubon Statement on Draft Legislation to Amend Endangered Species Act

Audubon Statement on Draft Legislation to Amend Endangered Species Act

— Today’s threats to wildlife must be met with more resources and bipartisan solutions
Unveiling the 2018 Audubon Photography Awards Winners

Unveiling the 2018 Audubon Photography Awards Winners

— Celebrating the Centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act with Striking Bird Photography
Audubon Praises Commitment to Conservation in 2018 Senate Farm Bill

Audubon Praises Commitment to Conservation in 2018 Senate Farm Bill

— Bill moves to conference committee: Audubon urges robust conservation in final bill
New Maps Show Oil and Gas Leasing Sales Overtaking Sage-Grouse Habitat

New Maps Show Oil and Gas Leasing Sales Overtaking Sage-Grouse Habitat

— The Bureau of Land Management's upcoming and newly offered leases threaten to unravel historic conservation agreement.
Maryland Governor Hogan Proclaims 2018 the Year of the Bird

Maryland Governor Hogan Proclaims 2018 the Year of the Bird

— Celebrating native and migratory birds and the places they need in Maryland
Audubon Honors Public Officials with Conservation Hero Awards

Audubon Honors Public Officials with Conservation Hero Awards

— Former Bush and Obama Deputy Interior Secretaries Among 2018 Republican and Democratic Honorees
Governor Hickenlooper Declares 2018 the Year of the Bird in Colorado

Governor Hickenlooper Declares 2018 the Year of the Bird in Colorado

— Proclamation cites Colorado’s many habitats for breeding and migratory birds.