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Branching out from Chicago's South Side, Audubon Great Lakes' outdoor-education program lands in Motor City.
“Issues like invasive species, water quality…, addressing the effects of climate change and habitat restoration must be priorities in the next plan. Audubon is going to push for the strongest Action Plan 3 we can get.”
“At home I used to play, and the birds always used to whistle with me. I would stop what I was working on and play with the birds.” -Eric Dolphy
Today, Vice President of Audubon Great Lakes, Rebeccah Sanders, sent the following letter to members of a House Natural Resources Subcommittee urging they take action to combat aquatic invasive species, like quagga and zebra mussels, which have been responsible for the death of over 100,000 birds on the Great Lakes since 1999.
More than 6,000 people responded to our call and let their Senate leaders know they didn’t want ships to dump dirty water in our coastal and inland waters.