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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.
The story, which is loosely inspired by Cooper's racist encounter in the park, is the first in the digital "Represent!" series from DC Comics.
Student leaders proved age is trivial when taking actions on environmental issues at the first-ever virtual Youth Environmental Summit.
In a new review paper, researchers connect structural racism to a loss of urban biodiversity, while also addressing biases in academia.
Big burns are natural, but climate change could make especially destructive fire seasons the new normal.
Avian botulism is a regular issue at the sprawling wetlands of the Klamath Basin Wildlife Refuges, but in a dry and hot year, it's gotten out of control.
The dustup over First Lady Melania Trump's recent renovation misses a bigger problem with the Rose Garden: It's too heavy on introduced species.
As Audubon Louisiana assesses damage to its coastal sites, including Rainey Sanctuary, people in Louisiana need help to recover from the storm.
The loss of a species should always capture our attention, but it need not always demand our grief.
Seven extraordinary examples of birds that figured out how to let the wind do the work for them.
New paper shows that more than 1.2 billion acres of the Boreal Forest biome remains ecologically intact, but we must protect it now.
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