Press releases and other news articles about updates, threats, and wins related to Audubon's conservation work in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah. For lighter, more personal narratives on birds and conservation, check out our blog.
Record results during our first virtual, statewide BioBlitz!
To better protect people and birds, Audubon science makes the case for the U.S. government’s first coordinated regional assessment of Great Basin saline lakes.
Administration violated federal law by leasing sensitive sage-grouse habitat for drilling
"The administration is rushing through yet another effort to reduce protections for our shared public lands, and it’s the sage-grouse’s turn, again."
When energy companies go bust, taxpayers are often on the hook to clean up abandoned wells that pose environmental hazards.
As the coronavirus crisis deepens, conservation groups are calling on the Interior Department to give a distressed public more time to comment on controversial policy changes.
Audubon—along with many stakeholders—advocated for the changes that are good for people, rivers, and birds.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes 9% decrease in designated critical habitat.
CSU researcher lands National Science Foundation grant to encourage planting of native plants
BLM’s commitment to removing Greater Sage-Grouse protections undermines any claims of meaningfully addressing important court order.
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