On Earth Day and throughout the year, Audubon advocates for a more sustainable future with climate solutions that address ...
In the Western United States, conservationists worry the fight to protect one dwindling bird species could risk harming another. Their efforts to resolve that tension have sparked new research and ...
Whether you’re planting in your yard, on a windowsill, or in a public space, you can help create more bird-friendly habitats with native plants. Find the best plants for your area (and where to get ...
Bugs are a blessing and a curse for birders. Being swarmed by a squadron of mosquitos while walking through a marsh might as well be a birding rite of passage. And what would a summer outing be ...
Research indicates that up to 1 billion birds may be killed per year in the U.S. alone due to window collisions. Birds hit buildings at all hours during the day and night. At night migrating birds can ...
Few natural spectacles compare to the wonder of watching such a small bird conduct such a complex courtship display. As famed naturalist Aldo Leopold wrote, “No one would rather hunt Woodcock in ...
Like vultures, the aerial athletes rely on thermals to power their flight. But how do they find these invisible updrafts? Of the thousands of sports that humans have invented, paragliding may be the ...
In the last 50 years, we have seen the tragic loss of 3 billion birds in North America. While some populations of waterbirds and waterfowl have increased due to active conservation of wetlands over ...
As the weather warms up, many of us will be visiting the beach this summer. We’re not the only ones who love the sun and sand—tiny, cotton-ball-sized chicks like Western Snowy Plovers will soon be ...
Time flies. At the beginning of 2024, we celebrated the second anniversary of the official launch of the National Bird Conservation Strategy in Chile (known as ENCAChile for its initials in Spanish).
As I sit by my window, admiring the beauty of two Eastern Bluebirds flitting through the trees, I am delighted to share this edition of Audubon magazine with you. It coincides with the return of our ...
Last August, the deadliest U.S. wildfires in a century raged across Maui. Sparked by severe drought, strong winds from Hurricane Dora, and downed powerlines, the fires killed more than 100 people and ...