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The Surprising Reason Scientists Haven't Been Able to Clone a Bird Yet
April 28, 2021 — Thanks to their eggs, avians are tremendously difficult to clone. But new technologies may provide a workaround for saving at-risk species.
National Audubon Society Mourns the Loss of Adam Kolton
April 28, 2021 — Alaska Wilderness League Executive Director was a passionate advocate and beloved colleague.
Putting Wetlands to Work for Disaster Recovery
April 27, 2021 — Audubon's policy platform lays out the need for natural infrastructure to protect birds and people in the face of climate change.
Audubon Spotlight: Lotem Taylor is Everywhere in Audubon
April 27, 2021 — For a GIS and data analyst for Audubon’s Migratory Bird Initiative and Science team, placing yourself in context with your surroundings is what makes mapping so powerful.
President Biden’s “Skinny” Budget Request Highlights Goals for Climate, Conservation, and Equity
April 26, 2021 — Initial budget proposal includes major investments in reducing emissions, restoring habitat, building equity, and climate resilience.
Western Water News
Critical Habitat Finally Designated for Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo
April 23, 2021 — Although smaller area designated, Audubon encouraged by final rule.
A New Golden Age of Observation Is Revealing the Wonders of Night Migration
April 23, 2021 — Most migratory birds make their epic annual journeys under cover of darkness. Modern technologies are helping scientists understand the perils these nocturnal voyagers face to better protect them.
From Audubon Magazine
What Do We Do About John James Audubon?
April 23, 2021 — The founding father of American birding soared on the wings of white privilege. The birding community and organizations that bear his name must grapple with this racist legacy to create a more just, inclusive world.