As species’ populations begin to drop or as once-common plant and animal species become less common in Maine, it’s imperative that the state and the federal government assess, plan, and act. Maine Audubon advocates for policies that protect and help recover vulnerable species, such as the federal Endangered Species Act and Maine’s Endangered Species Act. The success of these laws and others is incumbent upon functioning, well-funded natural resource agencies at the state and federal level, as well as a public that is committed to wildlife stewardship.
Latest News on Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Species
Changes may be coming to Maine’s Endangered Species Act October 7, 2022
Raising Salmon, Raising Awareness May 31, 2022
November 2021 Elections: Information about Question 1 October 13, 2021
Big Update on a Successful Piping Plover Season! August 1, 2021
Dune Grass Habitat: Essential For More Than The Birds July 28, 2021