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Bipartisan legislation to provide permanent funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund advances out of the U.S. Senate.
A record 41 counts were completed in the Alaska Region during the CBC 119 season: 13 in the southeast, nine in the south-coastal, four in the south
Hiding high up in the canopy of eastern forests, these dazzling birds can be surprisingly tough to spot.
Twelve Alabama circles were covered this year. The Gulf Shores count had the highest species total with 148, Eufaula recorded 129, Dauphin Isl
As the nation continues to confront racism, the birding community must embrace difficult conversations.
Hundreds of secretive Clapper Rails also mysteriously found on Mississippi beaches.
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Audubon Campus Ambassadors are students, staff and faculty of all backgrounds and interests who have a passion for conservation.