- Hawaii to receive $14 million in federal funds for conservation efforts. The initiative includes expansion of Haleakala National Park; habitat protection for the endangered forest bird Ou (Psittirostra psittacea); programs to release captive-bred Hawaiian Crows (Corvus hawaiiensis), which are extinct in the wild; and Hawaii Endangered Bird Conservation Program's captive breeding programs of endangered Hawaiian birds.
- Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission adopts conservation plan to help protect and promote Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) populations in Oregon.
- Australia DSE mistake causes loss of 21 hectares of habitat for the vulnerable Superb Parrot (Polytelis swainsonii) in the Barmah Forest.
- Third bird in New Hampshire found dead of the mosquito-borne illness Eastern Equine Encephalitis in the past week. EEE kills 35 percent of the humans it infects. People who find dead crows, blue jays or ravens, should report to the state by calling (866) 273-6453.
- Development set to begin at the Khor al-Beidah lagoon in the United Arab Emirates. The lagoon is a "pristine tidal flat teeming with wildlife, including endangered birds, sea turtles and manatee-like dugong that swim among its tangles of mangroves." 1500 acres of this land is being turned into homes, shops, and beach resorts.
- Juvenile Bald Eagle in Washington released back into the wild. It was found injured in April and nursed back to health by the Sarvey Wildlife Center.
- Mass Audubon's Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary in Topsfield offering Kid's day camps.
- Litchfield Hills Audubon Society members celebrate its 50th year. Happy birthday!