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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.
A new study outlines a solution to the problem of wind turbine collisions. Experts say it’s promising, but they’re not sold just yet.
It's the postseason. It's fall migration. What a time to be alive.
Spencer Hulsey, a former U of I student, began the campaign last year, and this Monday the school's Senate will vote on the proposal.
Ron Pittaway might be retiring, but fear not, finch fans: His collaborator Tyler Hoar will continue the highly anticipated reports.
Indigenous stewardship of land in Canada, Alaska, and beyond are key to reaching biodiversity goals.
Decades after a songbird's whirling melody set him on a new artistic path, John Luther Adams is more determined than ever to help us hear the planet's power and wild beauty—and fight to protect it.
Scientists and birders have found large numbers of migratory species disoriented and dead in recent weeks. Here’s what we know so far.
Many globally important places for biodiversity and climate, including the boreal forest, are being conserved by Indigenous governments.
Presented by BirdNote and hosted by Ashley Ahearn, the series dives into the past, present, and future of the West's most controversial bird.
The research on identifying critical Great Lakes coastal wetlands will help put conservation efforts where they’re most needed.
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