White House Announces $5 Billion in Investments to Boost Rural Economies and Communities

By National Audubon Society
November 01, 2023 — The funding will benefit birds and people.

Audubon Florida's Julie Wraithmell Testifies before U.S. House on Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act Renewal

By Julie Wraithmell
October 18, 2023 — On October 18, 2023, Audubon Florida VP/Executive Director Julie Wraithmell gave the following testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources, Subcommittee on Water, Wildlife, and Fisheries.
Two-story tall painting of a Black Rail bird on the side of a red brick building on a city street.

A Bird Comes out of Hiding to Mark the Anniversary of the Endangered Species Act

By Felice Stadler
October 04, 2023 — A new mural in DC highlights the Black Rail and the need to preserve legislative protections.

Audubon Policy Staff From Across the Country "Fly-In" to Capitol Hill

By Robyn Shepherd
March 28, 2023 — In the first such gathering in three years, staff met with members of Congress to advocate for birds.

After 100 Years, Widespread Support Affirms the Migratory Bird Treaty Act

By Dominic Arenas
July 03, 2018 — The current administration is interpreting the bird-protection law in a wildly unpopular way. Here's what Audubon is doing about it.

Keep the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Safe

March 30, 2017 — The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, an iconic American treasure and a vital habitat for birds, is under threat. Take action to protect the refuge.