USDA announces new strategy to protect old-growth trees—important to local communities, birds, and the planet.
Audubon Alaska applauds this latest action and urges next steps.
Audubon supports community resilience efforts and clean energy infrastructure, while protecting ecosystems that are crucial to survival.
The first of three reports finds that the climate is warming at alarming levels, with consequences for communities and for wildlife.
Legislation introduced in the U.S. House will strengthen the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
A bill to reauthorize the Magnuson-Stevens Act boosts protections for seabirds.
The administration’s “America the Beautiful” campaign is a chance to expand access to our lands and waters, help birds and other wildlife, and benefit communities across the country.
President and Chief Conservation Officer Dr. Elizabeth Gray to Serve as Interim CEO.
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