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Once Again, it is a Crime to Kill a Mockingbird

Once Again, it is a Crime to Kill a Mockingbird

— By Lewis Grove, Contributing Columnist
Court Strikes Down Trump Administration Policy That Let Companies Kill Birds

Court Strikes Down Trump Administration Policy That Let Companies Kill Birds

— In a major victory for conservation groups, a federal judge ruled that the Migratory Bird Treaty Act covers unintentional but avoidable avian deaths.
Victory! Federal Judge Rules Administration’s Bird-Killing Policy is Illegal

Victory! Federal Judge Rules Administration’s Bird-Killing Policy is Illegal

— Today’s ruling makes it clear that the administration must halt its attempt to roll back the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
Tough Conversations: Climate in the Age of COVID-19

Tough Conversations: Climate in the Age of COVID-19

— The second of a series of youth-led conversations about significant issues in the environmental movement.
Tough Conversations: Law Students Take the Stage to Tell Stories on Race, Disconnect, and the Path Forward

Tough Conversations: Law Students Take the Stage to Tell Stories on Race, Disconnect, and the Path Forward

— Written by Mariah Harrod & Lauren Saylor, Audubon Vermont Environmental Policy Research Interns
Revealing the Past to Create the Future

Revealing the Past to Create the Future

— As Audubon deepens its commitment to antiracism, we owe members and others a full accounting and reckoning with John James Audubon himself.
The Myth of John James Audubon

The Myth of John James Audubon

— The National Audubon Society’s namesake looms large, like his celebrated bird paintings. But he also enslaved people and held white supremacist views, reflecting ethical failings that it is time to bring to the fore.
Tough Conversations: Race and the Environment

Tough Conversations: Race and the Environment

— Be prepared to be challenged, informed, and armed with tools to take action.
Adopt-A-Trail Program at Audubon Vermont

Adopt-A-Trail Program at Audubon Vermont

— Volunteer to help maintain our 5 miles of nature trails by becoming a Trail Adopter!
Great American Outdoors Act Will Benefit Birds, People, and Parks Across Vermont

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

— With approval from Congress, the Great American Outdoors Act goes to the President to sign