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Birds in Focus brings together birds and photography

Birds in Focus brings birds and photography

— Audubon, Canon and Best Buy are hosting free bird photography event at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge
Wetland managers need to “scale up” restoration planning according to new paper

New paper concludes that wetland management needs to “scale up”

— Recent marsh bird surveys throughout Minnesota reveal the importance of landscape-level conservation efforts
Audubon Minnesota announces Rob Schultz as new Executive Director

Rob Schultz announced as new Executive Director

— Schultz will begin his new role overseeing work in Minnesota and the Upper Mississippi Flyway
Mama merganser and the climate conundrum

Mama merganser and the climate conundrum

A changing climate is pushing birds north, but can they find suitable habitat when they move?

Audubon welcomes Chad Dayton to Minnesota board
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Chad Dayton joins Audubon Minnesota board

— Dayton will bring new energy to the Upper Mississippi Flyway
Audubon applauds fix for Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund appropriations

Audubon applauds Trust Fund fix

— The Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund plays a critical role in bird conservation throughout Minnesota
US House Overwhelmingly Approves Permanent Reauthorization of Major Conservation Program
Upper Mississippi River Program

Major Conservation Program Permanently Reauthorized

— If you have ever enjoyed a public park or natural area, you likely have the Land and Water Conservation Fund to thank.
Audubon Minnesota in Action

Audubon Minnesota in Action

Priorities for the 2019 Legislative Session

Luis Ramirez
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Luis Ramirez, Director of Conservation

Audubon Minnesota has hired a new Director of Conservation

Water Action Day to be held at Minnesota State Capitol on April 10, 2019

Water Action Day - April 10

— Advocate for clean water in Minnesota at the State Capitol

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