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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: What Exactly Is a Warbler?
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.
Whiter Neighborhoods Get More Park Space, a New Report Shows
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.
Western Water News
New Insights on Phenomenal Bird Numbers at Great Salt Lake
May 27, 2021 — Analysis reveals continued importance of the lake and need to understand factors affecting bird populations
National Audubon Society Statement of Union Neutrality
May 26, 2021 — As Audubon staff work to organize a union, Audubon management publicly commits to remaining neutral.
Endangered Species Listing for the Lesser Prairie-Chicken “is the right call”
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.
The World's Two Oldest Common Loons Are a Couple—and Amazing Parents
May 26, 2021 — A quarter-century ago, two loons joined forces to become a Michigan wildlife refuge’s resident power couple.
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.”