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Eelgrass is the Climate-fighting Hero the Ocean Needs

By Anna Weinstein
June 08, 2021 — This seagrass provides carbon storage, feeding grounds for birds, and a refuge for sea life from more acidic waters.

It’s Time to Address Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells

By Michael Obeiter
June 08, 2021 — We can put Americans back to work, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and mitigate environmental degradation.
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Audubon Report Shows That Important Bird Habitats are Key Natural Solutions to Climate Change

By National Audubon Society
June 03, 2021 — Important ecosystems for birds can also store tens of millions of tons of carbon naturally if maintained and restored.

Biden Puts Arctic Refuge Oil Drilling Leases on Hold, Citing Legal Flaws

By Andy McGlashen
June 02, 2021 — As the Interior Department launches a new environmental review, conservation groups want Congress to change the law behind the leases.

Making a Call for a More Inclusive Outdoors on Black Birders Week, and All Year Long

By Tykee James
June 02, 2021 — Two bills being considered in Congress would help make outdoor spaces more inclusive by making access more equitable.

Birds Are Declining in a Supposedly ‘Untouched’ Region of Amazon Rainforest

By María Paula Rubiano A.
June 02, 2021 — Bird numbers and diversity are dropping even within the best-protected forests, study finds. The scientists' only explanation is climate change.
Ridgway's Rail in the Ciénega de Santa Clara, Colorado River Delta, Mexico. Claudio-Contreras Koob
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Colorado River Water flows across U.S.-Mexico border through historic cooperation

June 01, 2021 — Binational Investments in Sustainable Colorado River Management Helps Farmers and Nature
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Ask Kenn: What Exactly Is a Warbler?

By Kenn Kaufman
May 28, 2021 — Species bearing the name warbler are found around the world, but how they're classified can be complicated, explains bird expert Kenn Kaufman.