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Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Action Plan III
— Learn about the next GLRI Action Plan and how you can be an advocate for Great Lakes birds!
GLRI Action Plan III: What you need to know and how you can be a voice for Great Lakes birds
— Live Webinar with Audubon Great Lakes' Conservation and Policy Experts on Tuesday, May 21 at 5 pm CT
Take Action to Protect Ohio's Clean Energy Future
— Ohio, don’t let your legislators clip the wings of Ohio’s clean energy policy.
Take Action to Protect the Places Birds Need in Wisconsin
— The Wisconsin legislature needs to hear from you, take action with Audubon today!
Be a Voice for Great Lakes Birds, Join our Action Network
— Lawmakers care about your views and opinions, join us and make a difference for birds and the places they need.
Testimony of Nathaniel Miller on Michigan's Senate Bill 1211
— Analysis shows that more than 70,000 acres of wetlands within IBAs will be vulnerable to unchecked development, if SB 1211 becomes law.
Michigan's SB 1211 a Serious Threat to Wetlands and Bird Habitat
— If allowed to pass, this bill would leave 70,000 wetlands in Michigan unprotected, covering nearly half a million acres.
Thanks to Chapter Advocacy, Five Cities in Illinois Declare 2018 the “Year of the Bird”; Putting the Spotlight on the MBTA
— "...be prepared to realize that the process [to pass a proclamation] is quite simple."
Audubon Lawsuit Seeks to Restore Protections for Migratory Birds
The Law That Protects Our Birds Is in Dire Threat
— We must uphold the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, writes David Yarnold, president and CEO of the National Audubon Society.
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