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Vaccine production requires the blood of horseshoe crabs, whose eggs are a vital food source for several species, including Red Knots. A synthetic replacement for the blood exists, but the United States is stuck in the past.
The latest in BLM’s effort to remove Greater Sage-Grouse protections undermines any claims of meaningfully addressing important court order.
In Northern Canada, Indigenous traditions surrounding the annual spring waterfowl hunt have stayed resilient to challenges.
Even amidst the pandemic, Menunkatuck Audubon Society and its partners found a way to establish New Haven’s first native plant nursery.
A study commissioned by Audubon shows that North Carolina has an opportunity to lead in battery storage.
In a rushed and secretive process, the Bureau of Land Management is ignoring impacts to people, climate and wildlife, and relying on flawed science.