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Press Releases

Sep 10, 2014
Audubon climate study and State of the Birds report provide warning about wild bird populations
Two studies released yesterday warn about current and future threats to Oregon’s birds. The 2014 State of the Birds report reveals 44 Oregon species are experiencing population declines due to habitat loss and other factors, while a National Audubon Society study predicts that by 2080 climate change will threaten 189 species regularly found in Oregon, including the rufous hummingbird and greater sage grouse.
Jun 03, 2014
Logging of parcels liquidated from Elliott State Forest will harm marbled murrelets, other wildlife, water and people
Conservation groups filed a notice of intent to sue Seneca Jones and Scott Timber today to prevent the imminent clearcutting of three large parcels of Elliott State Forest lands that were recently sold to these companies. The notice presents evidence that the clearcut logging conducted by both companies will harm federally protected marbled murrelets, seabirds that come inland to nest and breed in mature and old-growth forests. The Endangered Species Act prohibits actions that injure or kill threatened species, including destruction of occupied habitat.
May 21, 2014
Female eagle was found injured on West Hayden Island in November 2013
After a long and arduous road to recovery, a female Bald Eagle in the care of the Audubon Society of Portland is ready to return to the wild. The rehabilitated raptor will be released May 25 at 11 a.m. in Kelley Point Park, and the public is invited to attend.

Press Clips

Jun 12, 2014
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to kill nearly 16,000 cormorants nesting in the Columbia River estuary in an effort to protect threatened and endangered salmon and steelhead.
Jun 10, 2014
The nation’s original waterfowl refuge may be too dry this year to provide much hospitality for migratory birds arriving in the Klamath Basin.
Mar 05, 2014
ABC News
Two big males getting macho over their territory isn’t usually a pretty sight, but it’s a different thing when the antagonists are a pair of bald eagles.
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