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Save Our Swifts

Save Our Swifts

— Audubon chapters in Washington have been instrumental in protecting Vaux's Swifts along their migration by preserving the abandoned chimneys they roost in
Together for Birds

Together for Birds

— The 2021 annual gathering of Washington chapters, the Audubon Council of Washington, met virtually this fall to connect, energize and collaborate on statewide conservation
New Legislation Strengthens Federal Fisheries Law

New Legislation Strengthens Federal Fisheries Law

— A bill to reauthorize the Magnuson-Stevens Act boosts protections for seabirds
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
Audubon Applauds Bipartisan Legislation to Protect Seabirds’ Favorite Food

Audubon Applauds Bipartisan Legislation to Protect Seabirds’ Favorite Food

— The Forage Fish Conservation Act will update the way that forage fish are managed federally.
Third Time's A Charm: State Senate Makes History Advancing Critical Climate Policy

Third Time's A Charm: State Senate Makes History Advancing Critical Climate Policy

— Clean Fuel Standard one step closer to Governor Inslee’s desk
Birds: A Vital Sign of Puget Sound

Birds: A Vital Sign of Puget Sound

— We talked to Scott Pearson, PhD, senior researcher at the Washington Department of Wildlife science division, about the new data on marine birds in Puget Sound and what that means for the ecosystem
New Legislation Aims to Protect Tiny Fish Vital to Seabirds

New Legislation Aims to Protect Tiny Fish Vital to Seabirds

— Audubon supports the Forage Fish Conservation Act.
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