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Audubon South Carolina Applauds the Senate for its leadership
The Interior Department paused its push for oil and gas leases, giving coastal communities more time to organize and speak out.
At a recent fly-in event, Audubon volunteers challenge Congress to save seabirds.
Audubon members in Colorado learned how to lobby their legislators at Getting Green Laws 2019.
One of our tiniest songbirds, Bushtits can be found foraging in flocks throughout the west.
Populations of the seabird on Ascension Island have plummeted since the 1950s. A disrupted food chain could be to blame, scientists say.
For decades female birders have been the silent majority. Now they’re starting their own movements to transform a privileged culture.