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National Audubon Society Urges Next Step in Union Vote
June 30, 2021 — “Every person who has a stake should have a vote.”
Ask Kenn Kaufman: Why Do Some Birds Have Such Extreme Mating Rituals?
June 30, 2021 — While certain avian pairs dance to reaffirm their bonds, it's the bird world's bachelors that perform almost unbelievably ornate displays.
One Mosquito Bite Can Kill This Endangered Hawaiian Bird—Now Officials Face Tough Choices
June 29, 2021 — A proposal to buy time for Kiwikiu by sending some to captive facilities on the mainland draws criticism from a Native Hawaiian ornithologist.
New Legislation Will Protect Water Quality, Build Resilience, and Restore Bird Habitat Along the Mississippi River
June 29, 2021 — Audubon joins a chorus of supporters up and down the river for this important new bill.
A Brief History of Avian Drag
June 29, 2021 — Birds have long inspired drag queens and played key roles in queer culture.
Western Water News
Audubon's Frank Ruiz Testifies Before Congress on Salton Sea Bill
June 28, 2021 — HR 3877 would allow expanded federal participation in Salton Sea restoration efforts
Avian Brood Parasites Are About to Have Their Adaptability Tested
June 28, 2021 — The future of parasitic birds, which lay their eggs in other nests, is totally dependent on their hosts' ability to adjust to climate change.
Congress Votes to Restore Methane Emissions Regulations in a Boost to Combating Climate Change
June 25, 2021 — President Biden is expected to sign the resolution, which will reinstate limits on the dangerous greenhouse gas.