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Audubon, Other Groups Can Continue Lawsuit against the Federal Government to Protect Birds, Federal Judge Rules

Audubon, Other Groups Can Continue Lawsuit against the Federal Government to Protect Birds, Federal Judge Rules

— A federal court greenlights a joint lawsuit to defend the Migratory Bird Treaty Act despite the administration’s efforts to hand industry a blank check for bird deaths.
EPA Withdraws Key Mining Restrictions for Alaska's Bristol Bay Area

EPA Withdraws Key Mining Restrictions for Alaska's Bristol Bay Area

DILLINGHAM, AK – The U.S.

Audubon Urges Support for Bill to Restore Great Lakes

Audubon Urges Support for Bill to Restore Great Lakes

— The bipartisan legislation would help improve water quality and bird habitat.
Nada Culver Joins National Audubon Society to Lead Public Lands Conservation Work

Nada Culver Joins National Audubon Society to Lead Public Lands Conservation Work

New York—The National Audubon Society has announced that veteran land use expert Nada Culver has joined the organization as

Bipartisan Legislation is an “Ounce of Prevention” Against Wildlife Extinction

Bipartisan Legislation is an “Ounce of Prevention” Against Wildlife Extinction

— Audubon urges passage of Recovering America’s Wildlife Act.
2019 Audubon Photography Awards Marks 10th Year of Exquisite Bird Photography

2019 Audubon Photography Awards Marks 10th Year of Exquisite Bird Photography

— Introducing two new prizes this year, Audubon celebrates more winners than ever before.
Audubon Report Identifies Priority Conservation Areas for Disappearing North American Grassland Birds

Audubon Report Identifies Priority Conservation Areas for Disappearing North American Grassland Birds

— America’s ranchers will play a key role in protecting grassland birds and the places they need in a fragmented and climate-vulnerable landscape.
New Study Reveals Louisiana Coast Supports Globally Significant Numbers of Waterbirds, Shorebirds and Marshbirds

New Study Reveals Louisiana Coast Supports Globally Significant Numbers of Waterbirds, Shorebirds and Marshbirds

— The Mississippi River Delta provides a safe haven for much of the world's population of Sandwich Terns, Seaside Sparrows and other species.
U.S. House Passes Second Bill to Boost Funding for Critical Conservation Programs

U.S. House Passes Second Bill to Boost Funding for Critical Conservation Programs

— Increased funding benefits birds nationwide and builds on U.S. House support of conservation.
U.S. House Approves Increased Spending on Key Water, Restoration, and Energy Projects

U.S. House Approves Increased Spending on Key Water, Restoration, and Energy Projects

— Funding benefits bird habitats from Florida to California and boosts energy programs.