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“Seabirds like Osprey and Caspian Tern make the Great Lakes their home during the summer breeding season... But for them to make it here, they must have abundant forage fish during the winter months and arduous migration.”
“This type of work is essential to attracting new people and businesses to our regional economy and improves our quality of place by connecting people to the unique ecosystem and wildlife of Northwest Indiana.” – Congressman Pete Visclosky
“If you have ever enjoyed a public park or natural area, you should thank the Land and Water Conservation Fund.”
"These incredible [marsh bird] species tell us how to save our wetlands and water. It won’t be easy and it won’t be fast, but if we want future generations to enjoy the wonders of birds and nature and abundant and clean water, it’s worth it."
As many as a billion birds die each year in window strikes; bill introduced by Congressman Quigley gives federal government opportunity to lead in cost-neutral, bird-friendly planning
The expansive Audubon network of staff, chapters, and advocates came together in Michigan to protect the state’s precious natural spaces and lawmakers listened.
Audubon leadership and members of Northeastern Wisconsin Audubon Society spoke with Congressman Mike Gallagher (WI-8) about conservation in Green Bay.
"...be prepared to realize that the process [to pass a proclamation] is quite simple."
“This is restoration that is informed by sound science, is measureable, manageable and sustainable—which all make for restoration that is poised for success.”
To rescue the graceful marsh bird, researchers first have to solve the mystery of its dramatic decline.