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The World's Two Oldest Common Loons Are a Couple—and Amazing Parents
May 26, 2021 — A quarter-century ago, two loons joined forces to become a Michigan wildlife refuge’s resident power couple.
Biden Administration Opens California Coast to New Offshore Wind Turbine Siting
May 25, 2021 — “Properly sited wind power that avoid undue impacts to wildlife is an important ingredient in cutting carbon emissions and averting worst-case climate scenarios.”
USDA Marks Progress on Climate-Smart Agriculture Following Biden Executive Order
May 20, 2021 — An initial report from the Department of Agriculture demonstrates a commitment to climate-friendly practices that will benefit people and wildlife.
Melinda Cep Joins Audubon as Vice President of Natural Solutions and Working Lands
May 20, 2021 — In a new role for the organization, Cep will work across Audubon’s network to advance climate and conservation goals on working lands.
Delaware River Watershed
A Policy Agenda to Protect the Birds of the Delaware River Watershed
May 19, 2021 — Audubon focuses on funding and bipartisan engagement for clean, reliable water for birds and people.
Western Water News
Many Partners Aim to Protect Nevada Wetlands for Shorebirds
May 18, 2021 — Analysis at Lahontan Valley Wetlands identifies bird species for habitat management.
How New Technology Is Making Wind Farms Safer for Birds
May 18, 2021 — Raptors and wind energy have a fraught history. Could these innovations allow them to co-exist?
Meet Elizabeth Gould, the Gifted Artist Behind Her Husband's Famous Bird Books
May 14, 2021 — John Gould's ornithology books were hugely popular and cemented his name in history. But his wife's illustrations were a big reason why.