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Ridgway's Rail in the Ciénega de Santa Clara, Colorado River Delta, Mexico. Claudio-Contreras Koob
Press Room

Colorado River Water flows across U.S.-Mexico border through historic cooperation

June 01, 2021 — Binational Investments in Sustainable Colorado River Management Helps Farmers and Nature
Ask Kenn!

Ask Kenn: What Exactly Is a Warbler?

By Kenn Kaufman
May 28, 2021 — Species bearing the name warbler are found around the world, but how they're classified can be complicated, explains bird expert Kenn Kaufman.
Birders hike through a park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Camilla Cerea/Audubon

Whiter Neighborhoods Get More Park Space, a New Report Shows

By Tyler Santora
May 27, 2021 — More than two-thirds of the 100 largest U.S. cities offer less park acreage in communities of color, with similar inequity based on income.
White-faced Ibis. Craig Goettsch/Audubon Photography Awards
Western Water News

New Insights on Phenomenal Bird Numbers at Great Salt Lake

By Brian Tavernia
May 27, 2021 — Analysis reveals continued importance of the lake and need to understand factors affecting bird populations
Great Egret. Andres Leon/Audubon Photography Awards
Press Room

National Audubon Society Statement of Union Neutrality

By National Audubon Society
May 26, 2021 — As Audubon staff work to organize a union, Audubon management publicly commits to remaining neutral.
Lesser Prairie-Chicken. Brittany Meagher/Audubon Photography Awards
Press Room

Endangered Species Listing for the Lesser Prairie-Chicken “is the right call”

By National Audubon Society
May 26, 2021 — Adding the Lesser Prairie-Chicken to the Endangered Species List will not only help the bird, but the people who share its rangeland.
Common Loons Fe and ABJ offer a fish to their chick, the pair’s 32nd together. Laura Wong

The World's Two Oldest Common Loons Are a Couple—and Amazing Parents

By Rachel Fritts
May 26, 2021 — A quarter-century ago, two loons joined forces to become a Michigan wildlife refuge’s resident power couple.
Common Murre. Mick Thompson
Press Room

Biden Administration Opens California Coast to New Offshore Wind Turbine Siting

May 25, 2021 — “Properly sited wind power that avoid undue impacts to wildlife is an important ingredient in cutting carbon emissions and averting worst-case climate scenarios.”