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Audubon Minnesota
Working to conserve birds and their habitats in Minnesota since 1979.
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Audubon Minnesota Oct 16
85% of Minnesota's Common Loons migrate to the Gulf every year and hundreds were killed in the 2010 oil spill. We're excited that funding from the settlement will improve habitat and prevent threats to our state bird.
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St Paul USACE Oct 9
Last week, with the ' Upper Mississippi River Refuge and , we unloaded nearly 200 trees to be planted later this month in Pool 8 of the . Our goal is to establish a new generation of trees, provide habitat and help prevent erosion.
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Audubon Great Lakes Oct 8
We're looking for a Government Affairs Associate to help us take our advocacy work for birds and the places they need to the next level. More information here 👉🏼
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Audubon Society Oct 7
If you see one of these owls, you’re lucky. The Northern Saw-whet Owl is extremely nocturnal and often achieves its goal to go unseen.
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RebeccahSanders Oct 6
Apparently our team needs to start carding our fledglings...
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Audubon Great Lakes Oct 2
Yes! Senate passed a bill to fully fund and permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund out of committee today! has been critical to the protection of public lands and conservation that benefits birds and people.
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Audubon Society Sep 27
Many migrating birds die while disoriented by city lights. It's time to go lights-out:
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Jonathan C. Slaght Sep 14
My bird-heavy talk last night about wildlife in the Russian Far East at St Paul Audubon Society was a hit & I raised a few hundred $$ for conservation. Thanks to , & the ~100 others who attended & to for promoting!
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Jonathan C. Slaght Sep 11
My Thursday talk (7pm, free) at St. Paul Audubon, about wildlife in Russia, is one of The Picks from this week! Hope to see you there.
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Audubon Society Sep 10
It's that time of year again: migrating birds are heading south but they face myriad man-made obstacles. During the , here are some actions you can take to make a difference.
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Audubon Minnesota Sep 7
Jonathan Slaght, who has written for , will be speaking at the St. Paul Audubon Chapter about on-going conservation projects in the Russian Far East. Meet at the Fairview Community Center in Roseville on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 6:45 pm.
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Jonathan C. Slaght Aug 3
TWIN CITIES FOLKS: I am giving a free, public talk about wildlife conservation in the Russian Far East on Thursday, Sept 13, at St. Paul Audubon. Follow link for more info & please RT if you're local!
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Audubon Society Sep 6
Can you get any more metal than a Loggerhead Shrike? We already knew these birds were formidable predators—now a new study reveals shrikes are even fiercer than we thought.
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Brent Cizek Sep 5
Replying to @brentcizekphoto
With at least a $20 donation you will be subscribed to 'Audubon', their quarterly print magazine. Hurry and subscribe now to be sure you get a copy of the Fall 2018 issue. You won't be disappointed. Donate:
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MN ENRTF Aug 30
Do you love Minnesota's environment and natural resources? Want to use your skills to help fund interesting and innovative projects? The LCCMR is hiring a Senior Project Analyst. Deadline 9/3. Check it out!
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Audubon Minnesota Aug 30
Minnesota is fortunate to have had Carrol's vision for wildlife management and Audubon is proud to have worked with him on a wide range of initiatives. Congrats on his retirement! Longtime defender of Minnesota's wildlife ending career via
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Audubon Minnesota Aug 16
Red-headed woodpeckers find a home in East Bethel, Minnesota
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Marnie Urso Aug 16
It's not just a issue - Scientists investigating 'unprecedented' algae bloom in Lake Superior
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Audubon Society Aug 14
Wetlands are the most productive ecosystems in the world, yet they have suffered more loss and degradation than any other type of ecosystem. The Clean Water Act has protected them since 1972, but that may be about to change.
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Marnie Urso Aug 13
This is Penny, the newest family member, she’s the happiest and most perfect kitten in the world and we love her enough to keep her inside. It’s good for all the other wildlife too. Win/Win.
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