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After wildfires, grasslands and deciduous woodlands are replacing evergreen boreal forest and transforming the state's terrain and ecology.
The Interior Department recently approved a project previously deemed too great an environmental risk in the bird-rich Boundary Waters wilderness.
Final regulations diminish science-based decision-making and will reduce protections for birds.
The government says uprooting piñon-juniper forest with heavy chains improves public lands in the West, but the science is sketchy.
Audubon’s network of conservation leaders, bird advocates, college students, and scientists gathered for a multi-day celebration to connect, learn, and enjoy nature.
After centuries of losing countless birds and other small animals, a spiral of ecological consequences has taken its toll on American burying beetles.
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) ensures there is public review of projects that impact birds, other wildlife, and the places they need