Audubon Newsletter 2016

National Audubon Society
Newsletter | November 2016
Golden Eagle.
Golden Eagle.
How Golden Eagles Spot Prey from Incredible Distances
Ever used the term “eagle eye”? The eye of an eagle is one of the most sensitive in the animal kingdom, and its size can cause it to weigh more than the eagle’s brain. Learn the secret to the bird’s exceptional vision in this audio story from BirdNote, an Audubon partner. Read more
People’s Climate March, New York City, 2014.
Take a Stand for Birds
Are you ready to become an advocate for birds? Right now, the birds need people to speak up for them more than ever. The Birdist has some advice on how you can take a stand to protect birds and their habitats. Read more
People’s Climate March, New York City, 2014.
Evening Grosbeak.
How to Predict Which Canadian Birds Will Crash Your Feeders This Winter
Winter is coming—and with the help of the “Winter Finch Forecast,” we can predict when and where the northern finches plan on showing up. Find out what birds you can expect and how to welcome them into your yard. Read more
Evening Grosbeak.
Audubon in Action
Rufous Hummingbird.
The Nation’s First State-wide Carbon Tax Was Defeated at the Polls This Month
Washington’s I-732 may not have passed, but Audubon vows to keep supporting common sense climate solutions. Along with Audubon Washington, we believe that climate change is an urgent issue and solutions like carbon taxes can regulate carbon emissions and help birds and people. Read more
Rufous Hummingbird.
Greater Sage-Grouse.
Speak Up for Greater Sage-Grouse
Anti-conservation special interests are working to undermine the landmark protections created to save the Greater Sage-Grouse. Urge your members of Congress to oppose these efforts to roll back sage-grouse conservation plans.  Act Now
Greater Sage-Grouse.
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Audubon Songbird Calendar.
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Audubon Songbird Calendar.
Photos (from top to bottom): Scott Macdiarmid/Audubon Photography Awards, Stephen Melkisethian/Flickr CC (BY-NC-ND 2.0), Norm Dougan/Great Backyard Bird Count, Tania Simpson/Audubon Photography Awards (left), Ronan Donovan/Audubon Photography Awards (right), Workman Publishing.
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