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Renowned biologist Thomas Lovejoy talks climate change and explains why restoring ecosystems plays a crucial part in curbing rising temperatures.
In just one year, a new banding program has already increased our understanding of the behavior and movements of Connecticut’s American Oystercatcher breeding population.
And if you can't yet, learn them here so you can help Audubon track how certain species are adjusting to climate change.
Seabirds primarily eat forage fish, which are small fish like herrings and anchovies. We must ensure adequate protections for forage fish so that the wildlife, people and economies that depend on them can continue to thrive.
The bipartisan legislation would help ocean ecosystems and the economies that depend on them.
March 28, 2019—Learn how Audubon is connecting conservation and students through the upcoming launch of a new Butterfly House and garden in Sharon, Conn.