June 21, 2017
EcoWeekend: Fascinated Kids

Wild Birds Unlimited Scholarships: Bringing Kids and Nature Together

Many of today’s youth spend less time outside than any previous generation. They’re deprived of the emotional and physical benefits that come from having a bond […]
June 7, 2017
Magnolia Warbler - Photo Earl Harrison

Recent Victories: Lights Out in Houston

Recently, the lights did not come on at the 32-story American National Insurance skyscraper in Galveston, Texas. Outside floodlights, which shine on the sides of the […]
June 5, 2017
Common Raven

Recent Victories: Methane Rules Upheld

The Senate gave people and birds us another great victory when they voted earlier against repealing a rule to limit methane waste on federal and tribal […]
June 4, 2017
Prothonotary Warbler right - Photo Earl Harrison

Shifting Seasons Hurting Birds

Global warming has shifted our seasons. Spring, as defined by the timing of leaf-growing in plants, is coming earlier in eastern North America. And it’s not […]
June 4, 2017
Bald Eagle - Photo Earl Harrison

Recent Victories: Federal Budget Agreement

Bird conservation did well on May 4, when the Senate passed an omnibus funding bill for the remainder of the fiscal year. This bill provides strong […]
June 3, 2017

Audubon Response to Paris Climate Agreement Withdrawal

“Scrapping the Paris climate agreement is an abdication of American leadership in the fight against the biggest threat facing people and birds,” said David Yarnold (@david_yarnold), […]