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Award-Winning Photographs on Display at EBR Main Library
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Award-Winning Photographs on Display at EBR Main Library

— Roadshow of 2018’s Best Avian Photography Coming to Baton Rouge
Audubon Announces Comprehensive Gulf Restoration Plan
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Audubon Announces Comprehensive Gulf Restoration Plan

— Audubon Louisiana will prioritize four coastal restoration projects, including the Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion, guiding over $1.4 billion dollars to critical, science-based restoration efforts to benefit bird species and ecosystems in Louisiana
A Day of 360 Video and Snowballs at Plaquemines Parish Summer Camp
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A Day of 360 Video and Snowballs at Plaquemines Parish Summer Camp

“We were thrilled, excited and thankful that our kids got to experience the educational tools and interactive learning.”

Coastal Stewardship - Summer Update
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Coastal Stewardship - Summer Update

Louisiana's beaches are full of baby birds - here's how we're protecting them!

Audubon Says Carbon Pricing Bill is a “refreshingly bold move”
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Audubon Says Carbon Pricing Bill is a “refreshingly bold move”

MARKET CHOICE Act is the first major federal climate legislation led by a Republican in a decade.

Bringing Louisiana’s Coast to the Mountains at the Aspen Ideas Festival
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Bringing Louisiana’s Coast to the Mountains at the Aspen Ideas Festival

Produced by the Aspen Institute and The Atlantic, the Aspen Ideas Festival is a gathering of leaders from across industries, nonprofit organizations and government aimed at tackling some of the biggest challenges of the day.

The Origins of Hummingbirds Are Still a Major Mystery
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The Origins of Hummingbirds Are Still a Major Mystery

There is a dazzling diversity of the tiny birds in the Americas, but recent discoveries trace their evolution back to Europe—where today there are no nectar-feeding species.

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