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Audubon Vows to Fight Trump Administration’s Rollback of Bird Protections

Audubon Vows to Fight Trump Administration’s Rollback of Bird Protections

— Calls Plan to Rewrite Rules Bad for Birds and Business
Audubon Calls for Natural Coastal Resilience, Reports on Lessons from Florence

Audubon Calls for Natural Coastal Resilience, Reports on Lessons from Florence

— Thirty-day hurricane damage assessment highlights need for strengthening natural infrastructure for birds and people.
The National Audubon Society to Honor Johnny Morris and Family and J. Drew Lanham, Ph.D. at Annual Gala

The National Audubon Society to Honor Johnny Morris and Family and J. Drew Lanham, Ph.D. at Annual Gala

— Save the date: Thursday, February 7 at 6:30 p.m.
Congress Approves Critical Water Projects: Natural Infrastructure and Everglades

Congress Approves Critical Water Projects: Natural Infrastructure and Everglades

— Bill Provides Important Wins for Birds, People and Ecosystems Nationwide. “More cement isn’t the answer.”
Important Colorado River Agreement Reached but More Work Remains, Says Audubon

Important Colorado River Agreement Reached but More Work Remains, Says Audubon

— A Drought Contingency Plan would prepare the arid West for a drier future for people and birds.
Audubon Celebrates Grand Opening of The Discovery Center

Audubon Celebrates Grand Opening of The Discovery Center

— The Discovery Center, a first-of-its-kind project between the Audubon Society and the Philadelphia Outward Bound School, expands access to nature and educational programming in local communities.
New York State Proclaims 2018 the Year of the Bird

New York State Proclaims 2018 the Year of the Bird

— Celebrating native and migratory birds and the places they need in New York
Renee Stone Joins National Audubon Society as Vice President for Climate

Renee Stone Joins National Audubon Society as Vice President for Climate

— Stone has held leadership roles within the Dept. of the Interior, Dept. of Energy and NOAA
Congress Approves Increased Spending on Water and Other Projects

Congress Approves Increased Spending on Water and Other Projects

— Multiple Provisions Benefit Bird Habitat in West, Everglades Says Audubon
New York leads Eight States in Filing Federal Lawsuit to Restore Bird Protection Law

New York leads Eight States in Filing Federal Lawsuit to Restore Bird Protection Law

— Birds in Greater Jeopardy Under Current Federal Interpretation
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