Seas & Shores

California Pioneers a New Way to Manage Fish for Birds

California Pioneers a New Way to Manage Fish for Birds

— The Golden State enacted a new policy this month to ensure there are plenty of Pacific herring in the sea.
Great News for Atlantic Seabirds

Great News for Atlantic Seabirds

— A small fish called menhaden will be better managed in Virginia.
King Tides Are a Sign of the Future for Oregon's Coast

King Tides Are a Sign of the Future for Oregon's Coast

— Portland Audubon calls on Oregon's congressional delegation to champion the Blue Carbon for Our Planet Act.
Fish Are on the Legislative Menu at a Recent Congressional Hearing

Fish Are on the Legislative Menu at a Recent Congressional Hearing

— A House Natural Resources subcommittee discussed bills this week to protect fish and seabirds from climate change and overfishing.
New Legislation Taps into Coasts’ Potential to Store Carbon Pollution

New Legislation Taps into Coasts’ Potential to Store Carbon Pollution

— Audubon supports the introduction of the Blue Carbon for Our Planet Act.
The Atlantic’s First Marine National Monument Holds Up in Court

The Atlantic’s First Marine National Monument Holds Up in Court

— The Northeast Canyons and Seamounts will continue to provide safe wintering grounds for Atlantic Puffins.
A Tale of Two Fish

A Tale of Two Fish

— Atlantic fisheries managers move to protect the little fish seabirds rely on.
Audubon Receives Grants to Make Our Coasts More Resilient to Climate Change

Audubon Receives Grants to Make Our Coasts More Resilient to Climate Change

— Projects in North Carolina, New York and California will improve coastal wetlands for birds and people.
Audubon Opposes Removal of Protections for Coastal Areas

Audubon Opposes Removal of Protections for Coastal Areas

— Department of Interior Secretary David Bernhardt's decision will allow sand to be removed from important bird and wildlife habitats.
An Overheating Gulf of Maine Is Forcing Wildlife to Adapt—or Move

An Overheating Gulf of Maine Is Forcing Wildlife to Adapt—or Move

— Rapid warming in the Gulf of Maine is shifting the marine food web, putting already endangered Roseate Terns and their broods at even greater risk. Figuring out how to help these seabirds could point the way for safeguarding other species.