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Entire ranch working for birds and beef in Audubon Conservation Ranching program
A new study found a hidden decline in population growth for eagles in the northeastern U.S. due to lead ammunition.
Sarah Rose, executive director of Audubon California, will assume the senior role on March 1.
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Nearly eight decades of banding data help dissect how songbirds return to the same breeding territory year after year.
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