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Victory for Birds, Parks and Taxpayers: Audubon Fought for Land and Water Conservation Fund

Victory for Birds, Parks and Taxpayers: Audubon Fought for Land and Water Conservation Fund

— UPDATED: Bipartisan Legislation Passes the House, Goes to President for Signature.
National Audubon Society Announces Comprehensive Gulf Restoration Plan

National Audubon Society Announces Comprehensive Gulf Restoration Plan

— Audubon recommends an investment of more than $1.7 billion in restoration and conservation from south Texas to Florida Keys.
New Legislation Restores Protections for Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

New Legislation Restores Protections for Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

— Audubon Urges Congress to Prevent Oil and Gas Exploration and Drilling in the Arctic Refuge
2019 Audubon Gala Honors Johnny Morris & Family, J. Drew Lanham, Ph.D. with Highest Conservation Awards

2019 Audubon Gala Honors Johnny Morris & Family, J. Drew Lanham, Ph.D. with Highest Conservation Awards

— Annual event raises record-breaking $2.5M for birds & conservation.
National Audubon Society Reacts to Nomination of David Bernhardt as Secretary of the Interior

National Audubon Society Reacts to Nomination of David Bernhardt as Secretary of the Interior

— Calls for a return to agency’s core values.
National Audubon Society Opposes Loss of Important Bird Habitat Because of Border Wall

National Audubon Society Opposes Loss of Important Bird Habitat Because of Border Wall

— Birds tell us about the health of every landscape.
Historic Agreement Reached in Arizona to Avert Devastating Water Shortages in the West: Audubon says “critical step in protecting 36 million people and 400 species of birds”

Historic Agreement Reached in Arizona to Avert Devastating Water Shortages in the West: Audubon says “critical step in protecting 36 million people and 400 species of birds”

— ‘Water is not infinite—but we’ve been treating Colorado River water like it is for decades…’
Audubon Finds Unified Voice for Clean Water in Brewers for the Delaware River

Audubon Finds Unified Voice for Clean Water in Brewers for the Delaware River

— Brewers depend on clean, reliable water to survive and thrive, just like birds.
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.
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