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Audubon California signs onto Safeguarding California

March 3rd, 2014 · Comments Off · Climate Change

Audubon California signed onto Safeguarding California, a multi-sector strategy to guide the state’s efforts in adapting and reducing risk from climate change. The state of California is leading the way on a host of policies, programs, and plans intended to prevent and prepare for climate change. Audubon California’s Climate & Energy Program is collaborating with federal and […]

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Audubon urges EPA to act on carbon emissions

November 5th, 2013 · 1 Comment · Audubon California, Brigid McCormack, Climate Change, Global Warming

Making the point that climate change is the single greatest threat to birds that most of us will encounter in our lifetimes, Audubon California Executive Director Brigid McCormack (pictured above) this morning told a panel from the Environmental Protection Agency that if it wants to be serious about addressing the problem, the government branch needs […]

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Time to take action on climate change

June 25th, 2013 · Comments Off · Climate Change, stupid bird humor

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What do the birders know?

April 21st, 2013 · Comments Off · Bird conservation, Birding, Christmas Bird Count, Climate Change, Conservation research, National Audubon Society, spring migration

Interesting thinky opinion piece in today’s New York Times about the mesmerizing habit of birdwatching, and what truths are revealed when one taps into the rhythm of avifauna: We can’t escape trying to see the future through birds. Too many canaries were deployed to detect gas leaks in coal mines, too many ravens launched from […]

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Lend a helping hand to our east coast Audubon network

November 1st, 2012 · Comments Off · Bird Habitat, Climate Change, National Audubon Society

Earlier this week, Hurricane Sandy caused unprecedented devastation across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast U.S. Several Audubon Centers—including the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center in Long Island, the Audubon Center in Greenwich, Connecticut, and the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove in Pennsylvania—suffered damage from flooding and downed trees. You can help Audubon safeguard critical […]

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