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Tucson Audubon Joins Dozens of Borderlands Conservation Organizations on Letter to President Biden

This week, Tucson Audubon executive director Jonathan Lutz joined the leaders of dozens of other trans-border conservation organizations in co-signing a letter to President Biden, urging the new administration to take comprehensive action to correct the harm that has been done at the US southern border. The letter, authored by two former Secretaries of the Interior, outlines a three-part strategy to restore habitats and migration corridors, to alleviate suffering of indigenous peoples, and to make significant economic investments in local efforts to these ends.  The letter is reprinted below. Tucson Audubon Society urges all of our supporters and friends to stay up to date on this news, and other issues of importance to birds, the environment, and the people who care about them. Please sign up for our email newsletters for more information. President Joseph R. Biden The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, D.C. 20500 Dear Mr. President: Congratulations on your historic vic

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