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New FERC Transmission Rule Will Help Improve Long-Term Planning to Responsibly Expand the Grid
May 13, 2024
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.
Restored NEPA Centers Climate Change and Environmental Justice
April 30, 2024 — New rule strengthens the landmark National Environmental Policy Act.
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.
Senators Cardin and Boozman Introduce Legislation to Invest in Migratory Bird Conservation
April 12, 2024 — Together with companion House legislation, the bills would authorize resources for migratory birds throughout the hemisphere.
A Golden-winged Warbler perches on the side of a plant with reddish leaves.
Audubon Events Marking Earth Day 2024
April 01, 2024 — State offices and chapters across the Audubon network are marking Earth Day on and around April 22.
Coordinated Conservation and Filling Data Gaps for Saline Lake Bird Populations Needed
March 28, 2024 — Amid listing petition, Audubon is focused on increased resources and sound science.
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.
U.S. Geological Survey Releases ‘Integrated Science Strategy’ to Assess and Monitor Water Availability and Migratory Birds at Great Basin Saline Lake Ecosystems
February 27, 2024 — An important step forward toward informing and supporting coordinated conservation actions
A bald eagle flies over a blue sky.
New U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Permit Expands Coverage for Wind Energy and Conservation of Eagles
February 08, 2024 — Audubon worked with partners to ensure that the permitting benefits Bald and Golden Eagle conservation.