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The flight of the spoonbills holds lessons for a changing Everglades—and World

As sea-level rise transforms South Florida’s fringe of wetlands into open ocean, Roseate Spoonbills are moving north. Land managers are following their lead, restoring the ecosystem with an eye for resilience, too.
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New Audubon study: Climate change threatens bird populations in the National Wildlife Refuge System

Left unchecked, warming temperatures and increased climate threats could affect environmental conditions for half of the birds throughout all of the system’s refuges.
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How New Jersey plans to relocate flooded ‘ghost forests’ inland

A $20 million cedar restoration project in the state’s Pine Barrens shows how people can help vanishing habitats outpace sea-level rise.
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12 ways the Inflation Reduction Act will benefit birds and people

The historic legislation will reduce carbon pollution, create jobs, and build new protections from climate threats for birds, people, and the places we need.
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New Audubon study: Climate change threatens bird populations in the National Wildlife Refuge system

Left unchecked, warming temperatures and increased climate threats could affect environmental conditions for half of the birds throughout all of the system’s refuges.
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Eelgrass is the climate-fighting hero the ocean needs

This seagrass provides carbon storage, feeding grounds for birds, and a refuge for sea life from more acidic waters.
Another consequence of suppressing wildfire: Trees are invading the prairie
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Another consequence of suppressing wildfire: Trees are invading the prairie

Left unburned, woody vegetation is crowding out habitat, but proactive landowners are learning to use fire to restore America’s grasslands.
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