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Green Corps Organizers Build Power in Washington

Green Corps Organizers Build Power in Washington

— Thank you to Shasta and Josh, our two Green Corps organizers!
A Few of Our Favorite Things

A Few of Our Favorite Things

— Looking back on a few of our accomplishments this year
Ending on a high note

Ending on a high note

— Christi Norman reflects on her 22 years at Audubon
Natural Solutions to Climate Change

Natural Solutions to Climate Change

— We're starting a new campaign to fight climate change the natural way
Clean transportation forum shows the way to the future

Clean transportation forum shows the way to the future

— Transportation is the #1 emitter of greenhouse gases, and we can make it clean
Representing birds at Washington’s congressional delegation

Representing birds at Washington’s congressional delegation

— Audubon Washington’s conservation and government affairs team brought Audubon's new climate report to Washington D.C.
More than Half of Washington State Birds at Risk of Extinction Due to Climate Change

More than Half of Washington State Birds at Risk of Extinction Due to Climate Change

— Today, the National Audubon Society released a groundbreaking climate report, Survival by Degrees: 389 Bird Species on the Brink.
Thank you for your leadership, Gail Gatton!

Thank you for your leadership, Gail Gatton!

— It is with deep gratitude that Audubon Washington honors Gail Gatton, our Vice President and Executive Director, who retired on September 1st, 2019.
Recommendations for a Puget Sound Estuary Avian Monitoring Strategy

Recommendations for a Puget Sound Estuary Avian Monitoring Strategy

— To answer the Puget Sound's biggest bird questions, we need a unified monitoring strategy.
This Month's Birdy Book: "Flight Maps" by Jennifer Price

This Month's Birdy Book: "Flight Maps" by Jennifer Price

— A book review by Gene Bullock, Kitsap Audubon Society