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Value of the Shrub-Steppe

Value of the Shrub-Steppe

— Washington Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Kim Thorburn reflects on the intrinsic value of Washington's sagelands
Grouse: A Podcast About the Bird That's Dividing the West

Grouse: A Podcast About the Bird That's Dividing the West

— BirdNote's new podcast uses Sage-Grouse to tell a story about hope, compromise, and life in rural America.
Let Your Advocacy Take Flight

Let Your Advocacy Take Flight

— Join us for a virtual advocacy day on December 9th, 2020!
House Introduces Sweeping Legislation to Tackle Climate Change on Our Coasts

House Introduces Sweeping Legislation to Tackle Climate Change on Our Coasts

— The Ocean-Based Climate Solutions Act calls for urgent action on the issues facing our ocean and coasts.
Birding by Ear

Birding by Ear

— Practicing birding by ear can provide an early warning of hearing loss- By Judith White and Connie Unsicker, Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society
Little Tyrants

Little Tyrants

— Washington guest-blogger series: by Thomas Bancroft, former chief scientist for the National Audubon Society
A Big Year... During Work and School

A Big Year... During Work and School

— Student and Audubon activist Carly Zeis will live in a fifth wheel trailer for her Big Year while at the same time working and studying remotely
The Long Road of Conservation

The Long Road of Conservation

— Lindell Haggin reflects on the changes she's seen in the conservation movement during her 50 years volunteering with Spokane Audubon Society
Great American Outdoors Act Will Benefit Birds, People, and Parks Across Washington

Great American Outdoors Act Will Benefit Birds, People, and Parks Across Washington

— With approval from Congress, the Great American Outdoors Act goes to the President to sign
Hope and a Red-winged Blackbird

Hope and a Red-winged Blackbird

— Washington guest-blogger series: by Thomas Bancroft, former chief scientist for the National Audubon Society