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Success! Piping Plovers Nested in Pennsylvania for the First Time in 60 Years
July 24, 2017
— The two nests were the result of years of conservation work along the shores of Lake Erie by Audubon Pennsylvania and its partners.
In Chicago, Controlled Fires Are Helping to Restore Crucial Bird Habitat
July 7, 2017
— The burns, conducted by Audubon Great Lakes and others, stave off invasive plants while spurring new growth at sites across the region.
Tropical Storm Cindy Just Wiped Out Most of the Shorebird Chicks in the Gulf
June 27, 2017
— Without coastal restoration that makes beaches less vulnerable to storm surges, climate change will be a threat, and not just from sea level rise.
Baltimore’s Birding Scene Is on the Rise
June 14, 2017
— A new birding festival hosted by Patterson Park Audubon Center reveals the wilder side to some of the city's most beloved landmarks.
With Songbird Populations Declining, Vermont Seeks to Keep Its Forests Intact
June 5, 2017
— Thanks to Audubon Vermont and others, the already green state is becoming even more proactive about preventing forest fragmentation.
Lights Out for the Texas Skyscraper That Caused Hundreds of Songbird Deaths
May 12, 2017
— With input from local wildlife groups and birders, the owners are shutting down the lights and turning up the dialogue around bird-friendly practices.
Proposed Oyster Farm Expansions Would Harm California's Humboldt Bay
May 12, 2017
— Home to a diversity of wildlife and half of the state's eelgrass beds, Humboldt is a vital stopover site for migratory birds.
How One Neighborhood Saved Millions of Gallons of Water With Native Plants
May 9, 2017
— By installing water-saving appliances and less thirsty native plants, this Colorado community saved 15 million gallons of water in just one year.
From Coast to Coast, Audubon Stood Up for Birds at the March for Science
April 26, 2017
— To show support for science-based conservation, Audubon members rallied with the masses across the globe on Saturday.
Audubon Volunteers Are Counting Bluebirds and Nuthatches to Better Understand Climate Change
April 14, 2017
— A pilot program called Climate Watch aims to use on-the-ground observations to validate Audubon’s climate modeling, which predicts how birds’ territory ranges will shift in response to a changing climate.
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