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.
Another example of the Audubon network delivering a victory for birds.
The federal government hasn't kept up its end of the deal, advocates say, putting the bird back on course for an Endangered Species Act listing.
Two bills introduced by Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) increase accountability for oil and gas companies that walk away from their wells and ensure public oversight.
Conservation groups protest plan to build 5,000 new wells in critical wildlife habitat.
In a major victory for conservation groups, a federal judge ruled that the Migratory Bird Treaty Act covers unintentional but avoidable avian deaths.
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.
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