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April 01, 2012

Audubon Hopes Unifying Chapters Can Make Conservation Last

Courtesy of National Audubon Society

Under the leadership of David Yarnold, the National Audubon Society has worked to build fundraising, program, and marketing connections across regions. Here, Mr. Yarnold visits a program in Mexico.

At a Delaware Bay nature center he visited last year, Eric Draper, executive director of the Audubon of Florida, got to thinking about Red Knots, colorful shore birds whose numbers are shrinking fast.

His Audubon chapter works to preserve areas of…

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