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WASHINGTON, March 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is a statement of John Flicker, President, National Audubon Society: "By bringing together the data, the analytical expertise and the combined voices of government and non-governmental organizations, this new U.S.
Many birds in North America are moving further north and inland during the winter, providing further evidence of global warmingâ€™s affect on natural systems, the Audubon Society said Tuesday.
February 10 Media Teleconference Will Reveal Findings from Analysis of 40 Years of Movement State Specific Findings Available NEW YORK, Feb.
NEW YORK, Feb.
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By Meredith Moss Staff Writer BUTLER TWP. -- Her house, she said, looked like a "war zone-- a 200-year-old beech tree had demolished the garage, she had no power and no water. But Carol Powell and her husband, Duncan, showed up Saturday night, Sept. 20, nevertheless.
MARSHFIELD - The Massachusetts Audubon Society will hold its annual Farm Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Webster Wildlife Sanctuary in Marshfield. The many offerings for children will include farm animals, hay rides, games, crafts, face painting and a hay maze.
To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Tony Iallonardo of the National Audubon Society, +1-202- 271-8602 Statement of Betsy Loyless, Senior Vice President, National Audubon Society WASHINGTON, Sept.
To: ENVIRONMENTAL EDITORS Contact: Tony Iallonardo of the National Audubon Society, +1-202- 861-2242 x3042 WASHINGTON, Sept.
To: POLITICAL EDITORS Contact: Tony Iallonardo of National Audubon Society, +1-202-861- 2242, ext. 3042 Statement of Betsy Loyless, Senior Vice President,National Audubon Society WASHINGTON, Aug.
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