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Maine Audubon Deeply Concerned by Nomination of Scott Pruitt to Head EPA

As a science-based organization, Maine Audubon supports public policies at the local, state, and federal level that use science to inform strong, responsible standards around issues like clean air, clean water, and protections for threatened and endangered species. A weakening of these standards and the progress the nation has made to date will pose a significant threat to wildlife in Maine and around the nation.

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Give the Gift of Conservation


Give the gift of conservation this holiday season by becoming a Maine Audubon member.

If you’re already a member, a Maine Audubon gift membership could be the perfect present for someone on your holiday shopping list.

Thank you for your support!

We Did It! The Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument

lynxOn August 24, 2016, President Obama announced his designation of a national monument in Maine’s north woods: The Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument!

This is wonderful news for Maine, and in particular for our state’s wildlife, as it provides permanent protection to many species that rely on the unique north woods habitat, the largest contiguous temperate forest in the eastern United States.

Thanks to the Quimby family for making this incredible gift to the American people, and to President Obama for making this historic designation that will protect this ecological and cultural treasure!

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