Toti the Atlantic Puffin. Photo: Tristan Spinski

The Burning Man of Birding: Inside Iceland's Puffin Festival

In Audubon's most recent cover story, Brian Kevin investigates a decades-old festival that both celebrates and serves up its title figure. Read on for more longform narrative and recurring columns from Audubon.

Can We Learn to Handle the Heat of Forest Fires?

With climate change turning up the temperature and the state in a four-year drought, wildfires are scorching California like never before. In the “nuke zone” scientists are looking for clues to how forests cope.

Photo: Ken Etzel

May-June 2015

The 2015 Audubon Photography Awards

See the winners, scout great gear, and learn why you shouldn't get too close to the wildlife.

Great Egret. Photo: Melissa Groo/Audubon Photography Awards

March-April 2015

Building a Modern Ark

Joel Sartore wants a close-up of every captive species on earth—as many as 12,000 animals—before it's too late. Explore an interactive grid of some of the photos in the Photo Ark. 

Photos: Joel Sartore

September-October 2014

The Birds & Climate Change Special Issue

Audubon devoted an entire issue to the challenges birds face in a warming world, based on our scientific report

All Feature Stories

The Audubon Bird Guide