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New FERC Transmission Rule Will Help Improve Long-Term Planning to Responsibly Expand the Grid
May 13, 2024
How Audubon on Campus Students Marked Earth Month Across the U.S.
May 10, 2024 — Students at Rust College, Xavier University of Louisiana, and other schools connected over a shared love for the planet.
‘The Birds That Audubon Missed' Provides New Insights Into the Age of Avian Discovery in America
May 09, 2024 — In his latest book, bird expert Kenn Kaufman focuses on the species that evaded John James Audubon and his peers to explore an exhilarating yet knotty era in ornithology. Read on to learn more about the book and for a Q&A with the author.
Audubon’s Women in Conservation Luncheon Honors Nalini Nadkarni and Fran Raymond Price with Rachel Carson Award
May 09, 2024 — 21st annual event focused on forest conservation.
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?
Restored NEPA Centers Climate Change and Environmental Justice
April 30, 2024 — New rule strengthens the landmark National Environmental Policy Act.
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.
Behind the Birdsong Project: Alex Somers
April 26, 2024
Critical Funding and Advocacy for the Delaware River Watershed
April 26, 2024 — Audubon continues to raise the profile of the Delaware River.
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.