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Sandhill Cranes. Chokchai Leangsuksun/Audubon Photography Awards

Migrating Birds Need Our Help

By National Audubon Society
May 07, 2021 — An update on Audubon's policy efforts to protect migratory birds.
American Goldfinch on Echinacea Purpurea, commonly known as Purple Coneflower. Will Stuart
Bird-Friendly Communities

Audubon’s Network Achieves Local Wins for Earth Week

By Marlene Pantin
May 06, 2021 — Leaders across the country worked with local officials to pass bird-friendly proclamations and resolutions during the global observance of Earth Week
Marbled Godwits. Peter Brannon/Audubon Photography Awards
Western Water News

New Grant Enables Partners to Advance Shorebird Planning at Nevada Wetlands

By Brian Tavernia
May 06, 2021 — National Fish and Wildlife Foundation supports collaborative efforts to enhance habitat and monitor shorebirds
Swainson's Hawk. Marina Schultz/Audubon Photography Awards
Press Room

New National Conservation Vision Sparks Opportunity to Conserve Nature and Create Jobs

By National Audubon Society
May 06, 2021 — The administration’s “America the Beautiful” campaign is a chance to expand access to our lands and waters, help birds and other wildlife, and benefit communities across the country.
Wood Duck. Mark Hainen/Audubon Photography Awards
Press Room

Biden Administration Moves One Step Closer to Reinstating Migratory Bird Protections

By National Audubon Society
May 06, 2021 — New rulemaking should be the beginning of a multi-front effort to respond to the loss of 3 billion birds.
Western Tanager. Janet Stevens/Audubon Photography Awards

New House Legislation for Forests Falls Short on Protections and Emissions Reductions Needed

By Chloe Koseff
May 05, 2021 — The recently reintroduced Trillion Trees Act shows improvements from previous Congress, but still weakens bedrock laws without sufficient gains
Lesser Prairie-Chicken. Doug Kliewer/Audubon Photography Awards

Endangered Species Deadline Looms for the Lesser Prairie-Chicken

By Andy McGlashen
May 05, 2021 — Federal wildlife officials have until May 26 to make a decision with high stakes for a vulnerable bird and the southern Great Plains.
A molting Wood Warbler is posed with its wing outstretched during bird banding on a cocoa farm in Cameroon. Crinan Jarrett

Scientists Make a Sweet Discovery on a West African Cocoa Farm

By Esther Nosazeogie
May 05, 2021 — Molting Wood Warblers studied on farmland in Cameroon suggest cocoa operations can provide great bird habitat if nearby trees are left standing.