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Department of the Interior Guts Enforcement of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act

Department of the Interior Guts Enforcement of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act

In December, the Department of the Interior released an interpretation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act that eliminates its ability to hold industr

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Peril as Final Tax Vote Looms

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Peril as Final Tax Vote Looms

Audubon and the conservation community have defended the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for decades from the threat of oil drilling, but now Congr

Defending and Advancing Conservation in 2017

Defending and Advancing Conservation in 2017

As 2017 comes to a close, we want to pause to reflect on how you helped us to defend and advance bird conservation in a challenging year.

Senate Takes Next Step Toward Drilling in the Arctic Refuge

Senate Takes Next Step Toward Drilling in the Arctic Refuge

The U.S. Senate is continuing to advance the unprecedented threat to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Migratory Bird Treaty Act Under Attack in the U.S. House

Migratory Bird Treaty Act Under Attack in the U.S. House

Earlier this week, in a last-minute move with little debate, Representative Liz Cheney snuck an amendment into a larger energy bill that would

Speaking Up to Protect America's Natural Heritage

Speaking Up to Protect America's Natural Heritage

The clock is winding down until September 30, 2018, which marks the potential expiration date of one of the country’s oldest and most widespr

Drilling in the Arctic Refuge Simply Doesn't Make Economic Sense

Drilling in the Arctic Refuge Simply Doesn't Make Economic Sense

— Don't believe the 'reckless budget math' behind plans to spoil America's last truly wild frontier, writes Audubon President and CEO David Yarnold.
Proposed Federal Law Could Save Countless Birds From Death by Glass

Proposed Federal Law Could Save Countless Birds From Death by Glass

— Potential legislation to prevent bird strikes, introduced to the Senate this month, is an important step in helping migrating birds. But where the biggest difference needs to be made may be surprising: rural communities.
Protecting Fish to Save Atlantic Seabirds

Protecting Fish to Save Atlantic Seabirds

One of the greatest conservation recoveries on the Atlantic coast is underway.

Zinke's New Conservation Plans Will Hurt, Not Help, Sage-Grouse Recovery Efforts

Zinke's New Conservation Plans Will Hurt, Not Help, Sage-Grouse Recovery Efforts

— As the saying goes, if it ain’t broke, don’t try to fix it.