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After a Climate Disaster Last Year, Maine’s Seabirds Get a Reprieve
October 05, 2022 — Audubon researchers say seabirds across the state successfully raised chicks at double the rate of last year.
Western Water News
Why is the Colorado River in crisis, and what is being done about it?
October 03, 2022 — Pressing questions to an urgent problem asked and explained.
Improvements to FWS Permit Process Could Help Protect Eagles While Advancing Renewable Energy Projects
September 29, 2022 — Audubon will work to ensure that the final rule advances the conservation of Bald and Golden Eagles
Deadly Algal Bloom Could Cause Food Shortage for Bay Area Migrating Waterbirds
September 27, 2022 — A massive fish die-off this August at San Francisco Bay's Lake Merritt, a vital avian stopover site, has experts concerned for fall migrants.
Western Water News
A Path through the Brewing Climate Crisis on the Colorado River
September 27, 2022 — Adaptation and mitigation measures must go hand in hand.
Lili Taylor Wants You to Listen and Connect With the Birds Around You
September 27, 2022 — Bird expert David Jeffrey Ringer spoke with actor and Audubon board member Lili Taylor about her love of birds, the actions she takes to protect them, and her involvement with The Birdsong Project.
New Report Shows Loss of More Than One Million Acres of Sagebrush Habitat Every Year
September 22, 2022 — Researchers also developed powerful new data and tools to help guide on-the-ground conservation efforts.
Sebastian Moreno Wants Everyone to Feel Empowered to Be a Community Scientist
September 22, 2022 — Moreno—an environmental conservation Ph.D. candidate, licensed falconer, and Latino Outdoors volunteer—spoke with us about his research on community science and the importance of access to the outdoors.