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"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."
Lawmakers care about your views and opinions, join us and make a difference for birds and the places they need.
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
Nearly 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.
Help us understand how birds are reacting to a rapidly changing climate.
By Daniel Suarez and Stephanie Beilke
Branching out from Chicago's South Side, Audubon Great Lakes' outdoor-education program lands in Motor City.