This year's top shots delight with dazzling colors and fresh perspectives.
Audubon Nebraska is in support of LB283, a bill that calls for climate research and the development of a climate action plan in Nebraska. The bill could be up for a vote soon, potentially in the next couple weeks.
The Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary and the Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center were awarded grants from the Nebraska Environmental Trust totaling over $700,000 over the next few years.
The Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary and Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center have collaborated to create a family-friendly event surrounding fireflies.
June 17 marked a win for the endangered Whooping Cranes when the District Court of Colorado vacated the permit for the “R-Project,” a 225-mile electrical transmission line.
Bipartisan legislation to provide permanent funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund advances out of the U.S. Senate.
Hours before trumpeting an economic rebound, the president cited an economic emergency to justify a sweeping rollback of bedrock laws.
As part of Black Birders Week, women are sharing their love of the outdoors and the challenges they face in them.
The legislation helps the agriculture and forestry industries naturally remove carbon from the atmosphere, creating a cleaner future for birds and people.
Birds do demand attention, especially now during migration and breeding season. And 40-foot Meadowlarks and Blue Jays definitely caught the interest of Audubon Nebraska.
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