Latin: Bucephala albeola
The number one threat to birds
Sharp-tailed Grouse. Photo: J. Arthur Anderson / Audubon Photography Awards
Climate change has become our greatest conservation challenge. The National Audubon Society’s Survival by Degrees report found that two-thirds of North American birds are at risk of extinction if we don't take action. The good news is that by taking action to quickly move to net-zero carbon emissions we can protect up to 76% of these species.
Now, more than ever, we have a responsibility to be the voice of the birds and aggressively combat this urgent threat head on by rapidly reducing climate polluting emissions. That's why Audubon Washington remains focused on:
Our campaign to fight climate change the natural way
A balanced approach to 100% clean electricity
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