Press Room

The White House Just Declared Open Season on Our Public Lands

The White House Just Declared Open Season on Our Public Lands

— Reversing monument designations is a dangerous game.
Audubon Welcomes America's Next Top Working Lands Manager

Audubon Welcomes America's Next Top Working Lands Manager

— With half of the land in the lower 48 states covered by working farms, forests and ranches, cooperation between conservationists, private landowners and the USDA is critical for birds.
Audubon Taps Claire Douglass as National Campaign Director

Audubon Taps Claire Douglass as National Campaign Director

— Bipartisan Campaign Trailblazer is the Latest to Join Growing Policy Team
Birds to Congress: Protect the Heart of the Arctic Refuge

Birds to Congress: Protect the Heart of the Arctic Refuge

— Record number of Senators support bill to permanently protect the coastal plain of the Arctic Refuge as wilderness.
Use Your Zip Code to Attract Brilliant Birds to Your Yard This Spring

Use Your Zip Code to Attract Brilliant Birds to Your Yard This Spring

— Audubon’s Native Plant Database Makes Ecologically Friendly Landscaping Choices a Snap
The White House Offers a Pollution Party Platter Without Solutions

The White House Offers a Pollution Party Platter Without Solutions

— The new executive order will take aim at the Clean Power Plan and other key climate policies in a multi-pronged retreat from leadership on the biggest threat to birds and people.
The Keystone XL Pipeline is an Extra Large Disaster Waiting to Happen

The Keystone XL Pipeline is an Extra Large Disaster Waiting to Happen

— The White House approves the contentious project, putting America’s birds and people in danger.
Science Matters—Keep Protecting the Golden-cheeked Warbler

Science Matters—Keep Protecting the Golden-cheeked Warbler

— If attempts to gut protections for the Texas songbird succeed, it could face extinction.
Effective Bird Conservation and Smart Agriculture Go Hand-in-Hand

Effective Bird Conservation and Smart Agriculture Go Hand-in-Hand

— If confirmed to lead the USDA, Sonny Perdue should continue and strengthen policies that help America’s birds and land stewards.
White House Budget Would Put America’s Birds on the Chopping Block

White House Budget Would Put America’s Birds on the Chopping Block

— Trump proposal would mean crippling cuts to conservation programs key to bird survival and welfare.