American Goldfinch. Photo: Jocelyn Anderson/Audubon Photography Awards
Audubon Nebraska’s mission is the same as that of the National Audubon Society: to protect birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow.
Legal and political realities seem to have tempered the administration’s ambitions for ending fossil fuel extraction on federal lands.
We will continue to work with Congress to strive for environmental justice and a zero-carbon future, filling in the gaps left by this important first step.
Anyone who enjoys birds—wherever, however—should be able to call themselves a birder.
The funding provided will benefit birds, other wildlife, and communities across the United States.
Scientists and advocates say neonicotinoids—shown to harm bees, birds, and other wildlife—need tougher regulation. The U.S. EPA has a key window to take action in the next year.
The Growing Climate Solutions Act (GCSA) was reintroduced to the Senate yesterday in a bipartisan effort to establish nationwide protocols to help farmers and ranchers adopt sustainable management practices while reducing greenhouse gas pollution.
The slowdown in human activity—a period scientists are calling the “anthropause”—was a mixed bag for animals.
The rule gutting bird protections takes effect today—but not for long.
As the hugely popular franchise continued to grow, the game became a source of solace and inspiration for many players in the past year.
Through artistic abstraction, Gizem Vural casts the oft-maligned Blue Jay in a sunny light.
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