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12 Ways the Inflation Reduction Act Will Benefit Birds and People

By National Audubon Society
August 17, 2022 — The historic legislation will reduce carbon pollution, create jobs, and build new protections from climate threats for birds, people, and the places we need.
Western Water News

Feds Predictably Declare Record Shortage on the Colorado River

By Jennifer Pitt
August 16, 2022 — Water scarcity on the River means deeper cuts are coming.
Western Water News

Federal to Local Investment Converges at Rio Salado Audubon Center

By Morgan Moore
August 15, 2022 — Transportation Secretary Buttigieg announces urban infrastructure grants in Phoenix
Press Room

Passage of the Sweeping Climate Bill Offers Renewed Promise in the Fight Against Climate Change

By National Audubon Society
August 12, 2022 — Unprecedented investments in renewable energy, climate resilience, agriculture, forestry, and environmental justice will help create a better future for people and wildlife.
Audubon Mural Project

Long-tailed Jaeger by Jesus Medina

August 12, 2022 — Super Plan Laundromat, 754A St. Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10031
Migratory Bird Initiative

Finding Wisdom in A Century’s Worth of Bird Banding Records

By Melanie A. Smith
August 12, 2022 — The U.S. Geological Survey's Bird Banding Lab "puts a ring on it" and reveals the wonders of birds migration.
Migratory Bird Initiative

Esri Puts Audubon's Migratory Bird Initiative on the Map

By Melanie A. Smith
August 12, 2022 — By providing and advancing the technology behind increasingly accurate maps, the GIS giant plays an integral role in effective nature conservation.
Migratory Bird Initiative

Movebank, Repository for Wildlife Migration Data, Brings the Scientific Community Together

By Chad Witko and Mikko Jimenez
August 11, 2022 — As the body of migration research grows exponentially, providing access to data and connecting scientists allow for more collaboration and public engagement.