America’s conservation movement has been justifiably criticized for being too homogenous—predominately suburban, middle class, heterosexual, and white. The National Audubon Society, one of the world’s oldest and largest conservation organizations, is trying to change that. One of the ways it is becoming more diverse is by creating special Let’s Go Birding Together walks for the LGBTQ community. During this year’s Pride Week Audubon sponsored walks in seven cities across the United States (Seattl…

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