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Audubon Great Lakes News

Indiana Residents Come Together to Tap into the Biggest Issues Facing Birds
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Indiana Residents Come Together to Tap into the Biggest Issues Facing Birds

Birds & Brews, presented by Audubon Great Lakes and Amos Butler Audubon Society, welcomed a panel of local and national leaders to discuss policy solutions to protect birds and people

Audubon Great Lakes Celebrates Funding for the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program
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Audubon Great Lakes Celebrates Funding for the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program

Four-Year Renewal of Stewardship Program will continue to protect Wisconsin’s natural spaces and the birds that depend on them

New Study Demonstrates Ways to Bridge the Gap between Science and On-the-Ground Conservation
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New Study Demonstrates Ways to Bridge the Gap between Science and On-the-Ground Conservation

Audubon Great Lakes uses collaborative decision-making to restore wetlands

2021 Audubon Photography Awards Winners Enchant with Birdlife Imagery
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2021 Audubon Photography Awards Winners Enchant with Birdlife Imagery

The leading North American bird photography competition broadens winners with the first year of prizes for female birds and bird videos.

Turning Off Lights at Night Could Halve Bird Deaths On Chicago’s Lakeshore
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Turning Off Lights at Night Could Halve Bird Deaths On Chicago’s Lakeshore

An analysis of more than 11,000 birds struck dead by a single building's windows shows turning lights off during migration makes a big difference.

Summer Birding in the Great Lakes
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Summer Birding in the Great Lakes

What birds to expect this summer and where you can find them

Mysterious Illness Affects Birds in Ohio and Indiana
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Mysterious Illness Affects Birds in Ohio and Indiana

Audubon partners with local conservation agencies to identify the disease and stop the spread

Bipartisan Bill to Support Farmers and Foresters in the Fight Against Climate Change Passes Senate, Championed by Great Lakes Senators
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Bipartisan Bill to Support Farmers and Foresters in the Fight Against Climate Change Passes Senate, Championed by Great Lakes Senators

Growing Climate Solutions Act of 2021 will help farmers and foresters implement climate-friendly practices to reduce emissions from working lands for the benefit of birds and people

Meet Nish and Nellie, Ohio's First Nesting Piping Plovers In 83 Years
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Meet Nish and Nellie, Ohio's First Nesting Piping Plovers In 83 Years

With a full clutch of four eggs, the pair are yet another sign of the endangered species' rebound in the Great Lakes region.

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski Goes Birding with Audubon Great Lakes
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Congresswoman Jackie Walorski Goes Birding with Audubon Great Lakes

Rep. Walorski (R-IN-02) Joined Audubon for Bird Walk, Discussion on Importance of Great Lakes Conservation

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