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Legal challenges are inevitable, but the Trump administration aims to hold the first-ever sale of oil and gas leases in the refuge this year.
A decommissioned golf course glow-up benefits birds and local communities thanks to Lahontan Audubon Society and local partners.
In a major victory for conservation groups, a federal judge ruled that the Migratory Bird Treaty Act covers unintentional but avoidable avian deaths.
An early spring may sound lovely after a long winter, but can be disastrous for wildlife.
Hurricanes don't affect all birds in the same way, but a changing climate that makes storms more intense pose serious threats
Senator Braun joined Audubon Great Lakes, the American Conservation Coalition and the Indiana Federation of College Republicans for a conversation on climate solutions that are good for the economy, birds and people
When it comes to droughts, the costs of climate change are too high for both birds and people.
The package, which was voted on during National Clean Energy Week, supports a variety of energy and environmental justice bills
Webinar puts spotlight on need to protect groundwater in Arizona.
Another example of the Audubon network delivering a victory for birds.
Protecting birds and people from sea-level rise and warming oceans is a critical part of climate action.
On land and sea, birds are at risk when the temperature spikes
Climate change is a major driver of increasingly severe storms that threaten North American birds.
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