Governor Jared Polis’s wildlife executive order is a win for Colorado’s birds.
Governor Mark Gordon’s revised Executive Order maintains a balanced approach to sage-grouse and energy development, conserving critical habitat for the imperiled species.
Report affirms importance of programs like Audubon’s Conservation Ranching Initiative and findings of recent report on fate of birds in America’s grasslands.
Despite a formal directive to keep leasing, drilling outside sage-grouse habitat, federal agencies have pushed to develop in priority habitat.
Forest Service lands that include important habitat for Greater Sage-Grouse and 350 other species of wildlife now at increased risk of further development.
Recommendations by state and federal agencies responsible for wildlife are disregarded as focus remains solely on development.
Bighorn Audubon Society helped designate the Amsden and Kerns Wildlife Habitat Management Areas.
America’s ranchers will play a key role in protecting grassland birds and the places they need in a fragmented and climate-vulnerable landscape.
Collaborative program helps endangered birds with bipartisan support.
An update on sage-grouse policy.
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