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An Expert’s Take on the Past, Present, and Future of Fighting Climate Change
February 27, 2017
— Frances Beinecke, former president of the Natural Resources Defense Council, was an early leader in the battle against global warming. Here she discusses what has been accomplished and what's left to be done.
Watch: Vice News Tonight Goes on an Audubon Christmas Bird Count
January 17, 2017
— On a cold and snowy morning in December, Vice braved the elements with a group of Brooklyn birders at Prospect Park.
Cool! Subaru Is Adding eBird as an Available In-Car App
January 12, 2017
— This is just brilliant.
So, Apparently Some Woodpeckers Like to Eat the Brains of Baby Birds
January 5, 2017
— Yes, you read that correctly. And there's video evidence.
Our 10 Most Popular Stories of 2016
December 29, 2016
— Cartoon sandpipers, a rare white hummer, birds that understand humans—there was plenty of variety in Audubon's hit stories this year.
What's That Bird at Your Suet Feeder?
December 27, 2016
— It's probably one of these eight hungry visitors.
Get Lost in These Entrancing Photos of Exotic Museum Specimens
November 30, 2016
— For a recent project, artist Ernest Goh took inspiration from naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace and the Malay Archipelago's rich faunal history.
The Surprising Way Seabird Poop Helps Keep the Arctic Cool
November 17, 2016
— New research suggests that the ammonia in seabird waste plays a part in the formation of sunlight-reflecting clouds.
Malheur Acquittal Sets a Dangerous Precedent for Protecting Public Lands
October 28, 2016
— A jury's decision to not convict seven of the armed citizens that occupied Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge for 41 days is very worrisome.
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