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Audubon Washington Champions Climate Action Despite Defeat of I-1631

Audubon Washington Champions Climate Action Despite Defeat of I-1631

— Washington ballot initiative to enact emissions fee on the largest emitters of carbon is blocked by record-setting opposition campaign led by Big Oil.
Effective July 1, 2018: Higher CGA Rates Can Benefit Your Family and Birds

Effective July 1, 2018: Higher CGA Rates Can Benefit Your Family and Birds

— Higher rates for Charitable Gift Annuities have taken effect, sparking a win-win for donors and charities
Capturing the moment at Seward Park Audubon Center

Capturing the Moment at Seward Park Audubon Center

— Bird enthusiasts had the chance to try high-end camera and printing equipment, receive in-depth tutorials, and enjoy a local falconer at recent photography-themed events.
That’s a Wrap: Sagebrush Songbird Survey Marks Fifth Year

That’s a Wrap: Sagebrush Songbird Survey Marks Fifth Year

— The Sagebrush Songbird Survey just completed another successful year! Data used from the multi-year, million-acre survey will help inform large-scale conservation projects.
Audubon Washington Supports Initiative 1631

Audubon Washington Supports Initiative 1631

— Organization stands firm in its resolve to support swift and effective climate action.
Department of Ecology Ends Pesticide Use in Grays Harbor and Willapa Bay

Department of Ecology Ends Pesticide Use in Grays Harbor and Willapa Bay

— Washington State ends half a century of pesticides in Grays Harbor and Willapa Bay.
Seward Park Audubon Center Marks 10 years with BirdWeek Celebration

Seward Park Audubon Center Marks 10 years with BirdWeek Celebration

— In celebration of its tenth anniversary, the Seward Park Audubon Center wrapped up its first ever BirdWeek, April 23-28.
Audubon Joins Roundtable Discussion with Top Climate Leaders

Audubon Joins Roundtable Discussion with Top Climate Leaders

— This month, Audubon Washington was invited to participate in a private roundtable discussion with the region’s top climate leaders to discuss how action we take in the Pacific Northwest can have a national impact.
Audubon Washington Celebrates a Victory for Birds and People

Audubon Washington Celebrates a Victory for Birds and People

— The Department of Ecology made the responsible decision to end a half-century of pesticide use in Grays Harbor and Willapa Bay.
Washington Legislature Fails to Pass 100 Percent Fossil Fuel Free Electricity Policy

Washington Legislature Fails to Pass 100 Percent Fossil Fuel Free Electricity Policy

— Utilities obstruct passage of HB 2995, a measure backed by a coalition of labor, environmental, clean energy and conservation organizations that would have led Washington State to a fossil fuel-free future.