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Conservation Bank is a Cliffhanger
January 17, 2018
Birds of Louisiana’s Coast: A Landscape of Vital Habitats
January 11, 2018
— A diversity of species, particularly birds, has evolved to depend on specific habitat characteristics within this diverse coastal Louisiana landscape.
Embattled Southwestern Willow Flycatcher to remain on Endangered Species List
January 2, 2018
— U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service rejects petition from developers in a victory for sound science.
Arkansans Stand Up for Solar
December 12, 2017
— Public Comments Leave Little Doubt on Public Support of Net-Metering
Maine’s Atlantic Puffins Had One of Their Best Breeding Years Yet
November 29, 2017
— Cooler water and abundant fish led to loads of plump little pufflings.
Audubon North Carolina Chapter President Wins Leadership Award
August 7, 2017
— At the Biennial Audubon Convention in Park City, Utah, Tom Tribble, President of Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society was presented with the William Dutcher Award.
Washington State Audubon Chapters Rally to Help Save the Marbled Murrelet
January 26, 2017
— This seabird with unusual nesting habits is endangered due to loss of old-growth forest stands in the Pacific Northwest.
In Michigan, a Grassroots Effort to Save the Vanishing Black Tern
September 18, 2016
— To rescue the graceful marsh bird, researchers first have to solve the mystery of its dramatic decline.
Urban Oases Are Springing Up in Connecticut
July 19, 2016
— A new program finds the best places to create green spaces for underserved communities and migrating birds.
New Nature Trail Offers a Safe, Invigorating Space for Hikers With Special Needs
July 8, 2016
— Visitors at Audubon Greenwich can now test out a more interactive style of exploration.
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