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The historic Northwest heat wave that killed shellfish could spell trouble for marine birds

The historic Northwest heat wave that killed shellfish could spell trouble for marine birds

— Extreme heat related to climate change threatens food supply for marine birds in Salish Sea
Mortality Event at West Seattle Caspian Tern Colony

Mortality Event at West Seattle Caspian Tern Colony

— Extreme heat is a known, climate-related threat that can be especially harmful during vulnerable nesting periods for birds
Delivering Science for Conservation

Delivering Science for Conservation

— Translational Ecology in Action
Growing Climate Solutions in Washington

Growing Climate Solutions in Washington

— Some of the country’s most important bird habitat areas – including coastal wetlands, grasslands, forests and urban green spaces – are also major carbon sinks
Fire Restoration on Saddle Mountain

Fire Restoration on Saddle Mountain

— Audubon shows its strength by bringing to bear original science and a cohesive network to quickly restore vital shrub-steppe habitat
2021 Legislative Session by the Numbers

2021 Legislative Session by the Numbers

— What it Takes to Pass Environmental Policy
Making Progress on Puget Sound Recovery

Making Progress on Puget Sound Recovery

— Funding conservation and updating key shoreline policies
Volunteering with Audubon

Volunteering with Audubon

— By Tammi Fierro, Policy and Outreach Volunteer, Audubon Washington
Major Victories for Conservation and Climate

Major Victories for Conservation and Climate

— 2021 Legislative session wrap-up
Restoration and Recovery in the Columbia Plateau

Restoration and Recovery in the Columbia Plateau

— Legislature passes two key budget provisos to protect shrub-steppe