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Bipartisan legislation will benefit birds, other wildlife, and communities
The future of Great Salt Lake and Bear River Bay depend on adequate long-term flows from Bear River, the largest single source of flows to the lake.
Audubon members took more than half a million actions to promote vital climate policies and protect birds and the places they need.
This new funding represents a down payment on the needed $100 million annual investment.
Certified by Audubon’s Conservation Ranching Initiative, company helps fix a broken food system with cattle as their tool and birds as their guide.
With a 99 percent success rate of protecting birds and other wildlife from extinction, the ESA has proven to be one of the most effective conservation policies in the world.
Ruling makes clear that the Administration ignored science and cut out the public
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