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Short-eared Owl. Photo: Jerry Amende/Audubon Photography Awards
February 22-26 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week! Lean how you can make a difference by joining us for online programs and calls-to-action.
As New Yorkers rediscover the joy of birds and the outdoors, the Governor unveils a strong environmental agenda.
Here are many of the best locations, statewide, for spotting the ultimate American bird.
Annual worldwide birdwatching event runs from February 12 to 15, 2021.
In the final days of 2020, Congress boosted funding for the crucial Delaware River Basin Restoration Program and critical regional conservation efforts.
Green investments rooted in renewable energy and workforce training will jumpstart the post-COVID economy.
Statement from David Yarnold, president and CEO of the National Audubon Society:
Finalized bird-killer policy sidesteps the courts in a clear attempt to hamstring incoming administration from being able to protect birds.
After eight years of advocacy, the path is finally open for permanent protection of this unique place and its critical habitats for endangered wildlife.
Learn how to take part in this fun winter pastime while helping birds and nature too!
Audubon supports the Forage Fish Conservation Act.
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