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A man looks at a disheveled raptor standing on a table looking back at him.
News

A Poetic New Film Follows Two Dedicated Brothers Saving Delhi’s Black Kites

By Maya Richard-Craven
October 25, 2022 — In director Shaunak Sen’s acclaimed documentary “All That Breathes,” the lives of the Indian brothers and the city’s ubiquitous raptors are set against a backdrop of pollution and political unrest.
Renewable Energy

Finding Clean Energy Solutions in Eastern Washington

By Megan Moriarty
October 21, 2022 — The launch of Washington’s least-conflict solar siting project is a milestone for Audubon’s clean energy efforts in the state.
Advocacy

Historic Win: Equitable Outdoor Access is Now Law in California

October 18, 2022 — Breakthrough law helps ensure that all Californians have access to nature.
A Northern Pintail flies toward the camera.
News

The Clean Water Act at 50 and What it Means for Birds

By Julie Hill-Gabriel
October 18, 2022 — A look ahead at what’s working, what’s not, and where we go from here.
Audubon On Campus

Audubon On Campus: Class of 2022 On Life, Birds, and the Future

By National Audubon Society
October 17, 2022 — We asked Audubon campus chapter leaders what they've been up to, and what they're planning to do next.
María Gabriela Núñez Montellano holds a White-fronted Woodpecker, a small black and white bird with a long beak.
News

Systemic Barriers Hinder Bird Research, Say 124 Latin American Ornithologists

By Grace van Deelen
October 17, 2022 — A new preprint from scientists across the region asserts that advances in neotropical ornithology will require a stronger commitment to inclusion.
Conservation

More Than Half of U.S. Birds Are in Decline, Warns New Report

By Margo Rosenbaum
October 12, 2022 — The 2022 U.S. State of the Birds report shows plummeting bird populations across almost all habitats while highlighting the need for further conservation efforts.
A mottled black, brown, white, and yellow bird with a yellow cap perches in tall grasses.
Press Room

2022 U.S. State of the Birds Report Reveals Widespread Losses of Birds in All Habitats—Except for One

By National Audubon Society
October 12, 2022 — In 50 years, birds have increased overall in wetlands, a singular exception that shows the way forward for saving birds and benefiting people.