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Audubon & Allbirds Launch Imaginative Bird-Inspired Earth Day Shoe Campaign

Audubon & Allbirds Launch Imaginative Bird-Inspired Earth Day Shoe Campaign

— 114-year-old nonprofit awakens fascination in bird conservation across generations with new partnership.
Washington Legislature Passes Strongest Clean Energy Bill in the Pacific Flyway, Sends to Governor

Washington Legislature Passes Strongest Clean Energy Bill in the Pacific Flyway, Sends to Governor

— Statewide grassroots effort by Audubon Washington and partners paved way to establishing a 100 percent clean energy standard.
Audubon Expands Conservation Leadership Team

Audubon Expands Conservation Leadership Team

— Rebeccah Sanders Promoted to Sr. Vice President, States
Audubon Backs New Bill to Bolster Small Fish That Struggling Seabirds Need to Survive

Audubon Backs New Bill to Bolster Small Fish That Struggling Seabirds Need to Survive

— The bipartisan legislation would help ocean ecosystems and the economies that depend on them.
High Stakes for Birds and People at Confirmation Hearing for David Bernhardt

High Stakes for Birds and People at Confirmation Hearing for David Bernhardt

— No person holds more power to protect birds and the places they need than the Secretary of the Interior.
National Audubon Society Gives Students the Reins  in New Campus Chapter Program

National Audubon Society Gives Students the Reins in New Campus Chapter Program

— Leading conservation non-profit organization launches a significant new initiative to provide educational, advocacy, networking, and career development opportunities in science and conservation to college and university campuses across the U.S.
Nearly 10 Billion Taxpayer Dollars Saved by Bipartisan Coastal Law: New Economic Study

Nearly 10 Billion Taxpayer Dollars Saved by Bipartisan Coastal Law: New Economic Study

— Study comes as Coastal Barrier Resources System undergoes 9-state revision after Hurricane Sandy.
Audubon Laments Shortsighted Approach to Sagebrush Management

Audubon Laments Shortsighted Approach to Sagebrush Management

— Washington insiders replace compromise and a science-driven consensus in favor of accelerating development across a threatened and unique Western landscape.
Audubon: Birds and People Would Suffer Under the White House Budget Proposal

Audubon: Birds and People Would Suffer Under the White House Budget Proposal

— Smart investments in our environment keep our communities safe, air and water clean and our climate habitable.
More Than 300 Scientists Oppose Arctic Refuge Drilling Plan

More Than 300 Scientists Oppose Arctic Refuge Drilling Plan

— Scientists and resource managers cite deficits in government’s draft environmental impact statement on proposed oil leasing program
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