Tag Archive: birds

10 Cities Campaign: Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

Named for a prominent environmental and native rights leader from the nearby Nisqually reservation, the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge in Washington encompasses a variety of different habitats thanks to its location at the delta of the Nisqually River where it meets the salt water of the Puget Sound.

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10 Cities Campaign: Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge

Bear River is a freshwater tributary that flows into the Great Salt Lake in Utah. Surrounded by mountain ranges and on two major bird migration flyways, Bear River’s delta to the northeast of the Great Salt Lake is an oasis in the desert for migratory birds.

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Footage From Save Santa Ana NWR Rally

Our President Geoff Haskett joined other speakers at the Save Santa Ana Rally to speak in opposition to a proposed border wall that would be built across the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge.

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Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge Staff Seek Cause Behind Rookery Abandonment

Seahorse Key, one of 13 small islands along the Gulf Coast of Florida that make up Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge, has long been known as the largest bird colony in the area. Yet the island’s rookery, closed to the …

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