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No on I-2117

No on I-2117

— Resources to defend the Climate Commitment Act
Reflecting on Audubon Washington's 2024 Legislative Efforts

Reflecting on Audubon Washington's 2024 Legislative Efforts

— Navigating Challenges and Looking Ahead
A Legacy of Kestrels

A Legacy of Kestrels

— North Central Washington Audubon Society remembers Richard Hendrick, a champion for Kestrels, and continues his project to resounding success.
Chapter Spotlight: North Central Audubon Society Works to Maximize Bird Habitat Potential at Rock Island Ponds

Chapter Spotlight: North Central Audubon Society Works to Maximize Bird Habitat Potential at Rock Island Ponds

— Audubon-affiliated chapters don't shy away from conservation projects that take years or decades. North Central Washington Audubon's latest conservation goal is to see areas at Rock Island Ponds enhanced over the next decade or so to maximize their potential as nature reserves
Join Audubon Washington's Advocacy Days

Join Audubon Washington's Advocacy Days

— Join for a 20-minute meeting with your legislator over Zoom. December 4-8
Speak Up for the Birds this Legislative Session

Speak Up for the Birds this Legislative Session

— The 2023 legislative session is underway. We have numerous opportunities to protect birds through policy change and funding in the state budget.
A Win for the Audubon Network: The Landmark Sagebrush Songbird Survey

A Win for the Audubon Network: The Landmark Sagebrush Songbird Survey

— The final report was just released for the Sagebrush Songbird Survey, an unprecedented community science partnership to create sagebrush songbird distribution models in Washington's imperiled shrub steppe ecosystem
Bill Tracker: 2024 Legislative Session

Bill Tracker: 2024 Legislative Session

Weekly updates and actions to support the passage of priority bills for birds
A Legislative Agenda for Birds and the Places They Need

A Legislative Agenda for Birds and the Places They Need

— Audubon Washington seeks to build on critical climate and conservation policies in the 2022 legislative session
Native Lands Map of Washington - Excerpt from https://native-land.ca/

Native Lands Map

November is Indigenous Heritage Month, a time to recognize the diversity and history of Native communities in the U.S. There are many ways to celebrate, such as exploring this excerpt from a Native-led mapping project which shows Indigenous territories in North America as well as lesson plans and activities.