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A chance encounter with a sea creature far from home led Sotelo to focus her journalism career on conservation and environmental justice.
Stotts' new memoir details his unlikely journey to the ancient art. Now, his dream is to inspire more people like him to discover a love for raptors.
Decades of Greater Sage-Grouse population declines and sagebrush habitat loss makes this review of federal land management plans imperative.
Citing climate change, a judge threw out the largest sale of drilling rights in U.S. history, raising questions about the legal basis for future leasing.
"We must act now – and quickly – to enact climate solutions for birds and people."
Over 6000 Audubon members and participants joined a virtual town hall to hear about last year's successes, and how we can work with elected leaders to protect birds and the places they need to survive in the coming year.
A growing body of research suggests a warming world could mean smaller birds with longer wings, but nothing about the findings is settled.