New FERC Transmission Rule Will Help Improve Long-Term Planning to Responsibly Expand the Grid
May 13, 2024
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Mississippi Tapped for $62 Million Solar For All Program
May 08, 2024
A camouflaged whip-poor-will sits on the ground among brown and green leaves.
As the Whip-poor-will’s Chant Wanes, Our Cultural Loss Grows
May 06, 2024 — The iconic call of the Eastern Whip-poor-will has long been part of the fabric of American life, marking annual spring rituals and inspiring odes in popular music. What happens when we lose our connection with its meaning?
Updated NEPA Rules Are a Big Win for Climate, Communities, and Birds
April 30, 2024 — Improvements to the National Environmental Policy Act will increase community engagement and require that federal agencies consider climate impacts.
New EPA Climate Pollution Standards Benefit Birds and People
April 25, 2024 — Cutting emissions from power plants will improve air quality and slow global temperature rise.
Why a Bigger Grid is Good for the Planet – and Birds
April 22, 2024 — Audubon is advocating for the rapid expansion of responsibly sited transmission.
A King Eider with a colorful beak bobs in the water.
Conservation and Climate Provisions Prioritized in Biden Administration’s Annual Budget Request
April 02, 2024 — The FY25 request to Congress is not binding, but indicates a commitment to efforts that benefit birds.
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How Extreme Weather Tests Facilities Housing the Last of a Species
March 29, 2024 — Natural disasters fueled by climate change imperil critically endangered species under human care. Breeding centers must be more ready than ever to swing into action in an emergency.
Audubon Receives Forest Landowner Support Award for Bird-Friendly Maple Program
March 15, 2024 — Funding will help evaluate, unify, and scale the program in the Northeast and Midwest.
A Black-throated Blue Warbler stands on a branch looking at the camera in front of an out-of-focus green background.
As Spring Shifts Earlier, Many Migrating Birds Are Struggling to Keep Up
March 07, 2024 — With the climate warming, leaves and blooms are popping out ahead of schedule. A wide-ranging new study shows why this trend is troubling for a variety of bird species.