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Common Merganser. Andrea Jaszlics/Audubon Photography Awards
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Audubon Supports U.S. House Bill to Fund Wildlife Recovery

By National Audubon Society
April 22, 2021 — Bipartisan legislation will benefit birds, other wildlife, and communities.
Baltimore Oriole. Mark Boyd/Audubon Photography Awards
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Biden Sets a Bold Goal for Emissions Reductions

By National Audubon Society
April 22, 2021 — Meeting the goal of halving emissions by 2030 will require bipartisan cooperation, and would benefit both birds and people.

Unraveling the Mystery of the Caracara

By Corryn Wetzel
April 21, 2021 — In “A Most Remarkable Creature,” musician Jonathan Meiburg seeks to understand one of the world’s most peculiar birds.
Allen's Hummingbird. Brad Lewis/Audubon Photography Awards

Birds Tell Us It’s Time to Restore the Earth

By Sarah Greenberger
April 21, 2021 — Earth Day presents us with a moment to commit to meaningful change.
Sandhill Cranes. Mary D'Agostino/Audubon Photography Awards

A Bipartisan Approach to Reduce Emissions on Working Lands

By Michael Obeiter
April 21, 2021 — The Growing Climate Solutions Act recognizes the role played by farmers, ranchers, and foresters in the fight against climate change.
Red-winged Blackbird. Cathy Bennington/Audubon Photography Awards
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Reintroduced Legislation Removes Obstacles to Reducing Pollution on Working Lands While Helping Producers and Wildlife

By National Audubon Society
April 20, 2021 — The bipartisan Growing Climate Solutions Act of 2021 helps reduce emissions from farms, ranches, and forests while providing support to landowners
Canada Warbler. John Benson/Flickr CC (BY 2.0)
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Canadian Government Proposes Historic Conservation and Resilience Investments

By National Audubon Society
April 20, 2021 — Proposed funding must include significantly increased support for Indigenous-led conservation and land stewardship efforts.
Great Egret. Erin Smith/Audubon Photography Awards
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National Audubon Society Announces CEO David Yarnold to Step Down

By National Audubon Society
April 20, 2021 — President and Chief Conservation Officer Dr. Elizabeth Gray to Serve as Interim CEO