Advocacy

Two Bills Introduced to Reduce Building Collisions and Protect Seabirds

Two Bills Introduced to Reduce Building Collisions and Protect Seabirds

In recent weeks, Members of Congress have introduced two bipartisan bills that will help protect and conserve birds across the country and around t

2019 Policy Agenda

2019 Policy Agenda

— Achieving bipartisan conservation solutions that address the biggest threats to birds and the places they need.
Administration Rushing to Drill in Arctic Refuge

Administration Rushing to Drill in Arctic Refuge

— New legislation would return longstanding protections
Audubon Arkansas's Campaign to Expand Solar Access

Audubon Arkansas's Campaign to Expand Solar Access

Last month, Audubon Arkansas kicked off a new solar campaign in Little Rock and Fayetteville.

Highlights and Wins from 2018

Highlights and Wins from 2018

— In 2018, Audubon worked tirelessly to safeguard birds. Here's a look at our biggest successes over the past year.
Diverse Alliance Emerges to Protect Birds from Proposed Dam on Mississippi’s Pearl River

Diverse Alliance Emerges to Protect Birds from Proposed Dam on Mississippi’s Pearl River

2018 has been a landmark year for Audubon Mississippi’s efforts to protect the Pearl River from an ill-conceived, destructive project locally

Audubon Releases One-Month Hurricane Florence Damage Assessment Report

Audubon Releases One-Month Hurricane Florence Damage Assessment Report

Hurricane Florence was the wettest storm on record ever to hit the Carolinas, causing billions of dollars in damage, and deadly consequences for pe

Good News for Puffins in the Northeast

Good News for Puffins in the Northeast

— Federal Judge Protects Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument
Audubon Nebraska Fighting to Keep the Platte River Flowing

Audubon Nebraska Fighting to Keep the Platte River Flowing

Audubon Nebraska is fighting to stop a water diversion of 33 million gallons annually from the Platte River.

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