Sign the Audubon Climate Action Pledge
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Protect America's Eagles
Unless we act quickly, Bald and Golden Eagles face 30 years of death and injury at the hands of wind power companies. Tell Interior Secretary Jewell the issuing of a 30-year incidental take permit for wind farms is unconscionable--and must be reversed
Support Bird-friendly Building Legislation
Building collisions kill millions of birds each year. A new bill would help reduce deadly collisions, by incorporating bird-safe building materials and design features into federal buildings.
Albatrosses and Petrels Need Our Help
Ask your members of Congress to support the ACAP treaty.
Take the Restore Florida's Gulf Pledge
On the fourth anniversary of the worst environmental disaster in United States history, Floridians are standing up for their Gulf Ecosystem. Take the pledge here.
Take Action: Clean Water Depends on Clear Standards
A new EPA rule clarification is a decade overdue, but powerful wetland destruction interests have lied about the rule's intent, creating a firestorm of opposition in the public record. Your voice is needed in support.
Protect the Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve
Protect habitat for thousands of Bald Eagles in the Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve.
Thank the EPA for Acting on Climate
Climate change is the No. 1 threat to North American birds and urgent action is needed. Thank the EPA for taking strong action on climate change through the new Clean Power Plan.
Help Our Western Birds Survive the Drought
With less water in the Colorado River Basin, birds will be in trouble as habitat simply begins to fade away. We are calling on people to contact President Obama, urging him to provide robust funding for programs that benefit the Basin.
Report Your Call to Protect the Endangered Species Act
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Coordinated Assault on Endangered Species Act
America's strongest and most important law for protecting wildlife, the Endangered Species Act, is under a coordinated assault. Tell your members of Congress to oppose efforts to dismantle the ESA.
Protect America's Open Spaces
For 50 years, the Land and Water Conservation Fund has helped safeguard America's cherished places. Unfortunately, Congress allowed this landmark law to expire on September 30. Tell Congress to support permanently authorizing and funding LWCF.
EPA: Commit to Monitoring Impacts of Gold King Mine Spill
Sign Audubon's petition calling on the EPA to commit to long-term monitoring of the impacts from the recent spill of toxic material into the Animas River from the Gold King mine in Colorado on wildlife and the environment.
Battle to Save Sage-Grouse Heads to Senate
The Interior appropriations bill contains anti-sage-grouse rider. Send an urgent email to your U.S. Senators and tell them to oppose attacks on sage-grouse.
Prevent Needless Migratory Bird Deaths
Millions of birds die unnecessary deaths each year because of deadly hazards such as uncovered oil pits. Tell the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that you support strengthening the Migratory Bird Treaty Act to prevent these unnecessary bird deaths.
Protect Birds from Climate Change by Reducing Harmful Methane Po
Methane is 25 times more dangerous than carbon dioxide for our climate. It is critical that we reduce methane pollution to reduce the threat of global warming and give birds a chance to survive in a warming world. Email the EPA today.
It's Time to Act for Greater Sage-Grouse
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has embraced an unprecedented set of conservation plans to help the Greater Sage-Grouse make the comeback it deserves. Support the Fish and Wildlife Service's efforts to save the sage-grouse.
Stop Oil Development in Coastal Habitat
One oil spill or accident in Grays Harbor could wipe out a significant portion of the Red Knot population in the Pacific Flyway. Speak out against the development of oil terminals in this vital coastal habitat.
Drought Jeopardizes Western Birds
An unprecedented 15-year drought is drying out the Colorado River Basin, threatening the birds that live there. Email your U.S. Senators today and ask them to help our Western birds survive the drought.
Protect Birds and People from Lead Poisoning
Audubon Minnesota asks the Minnesota DNR to protect wildlife and people from lead poisoning.
Urge Governor Martinez to say NO to the Gila Diversion
Tell Governor Martinez to intervene and stop the Gila River diversion from moving forward.
Say Thanks! NYS Budget Includes Incentives for Saving Grassland Birds
New York State Budget Includes Incentives for Saving Grassland Birds! Send a thank you letter now!
Take Action For Plovers Now!
Now more than ever, we need you to help be the voice for Piping Plovers on Long Island, so please send your letter today.
Call your legislators about birds and global warming
Call your state legislators today to ask them what they're doing to protect the birds you care about from global warming.
Help migratory birds in Humboldt Bay
A new proposal would devastate bird habitat in Humboldt Bay, one of the most important places for birds in California. Let's stop it.
Help stop a disaster in the Klamath
Hundreds of birds are dying every day at Tule Lake in the Klamath because of a lack of water. Ask Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell to direct the Bureau of Reclamation to send enough water to the Refuge to support migrating birds
Stop the destruction of Panoche Valley
Action alert to CDFW to stop Panoche solar project.
Tell your leaders that you're for the river
The San Joaquin River is one California's greatest treasures. Let's speak up for it.
Tell the State to list the Tricolored Blackbird
Responding to an alarming drop in the rare bird's numbers, the California Fish and Game Commission this week is considering an listing of the Tricolored Blackbird under the California Endangered Species Act.
[ca] Stop the big water grab
Urge Sen. Feinstein to protect water allotments and environmental protections for birds in drought response bill.