In the wake of an especially destructive hurricane season, conservationists and urban planners are grappling with how to protect coastlines—and are increasingly looking to nature for inspiration.
No one has seen the elusive bird in the wild in nearly two decades, but it might still inhabit Vietnam's war-ravaged mountain valleys.
After sifting through historic records—and forgeries—a researcher created a much more accurate map of where the bird lived.
After an apparent arson at Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, there's a new push to quell decades-old disagreements over fishing and logging.
A broad and timely alliance between Audubon, National Geographic, BirdLife, and Cornell steps up to protect birds and the places they need.
Helen James mixes spelunking and paleontology to piece together the lives of the island's extinct and endangered birds.
Illustrator Stephen Kroninger's interpretation loses a bird but gains a glossy string of pearls.
On a remote Alaskan sandbar, under the watchful eye of a devoted scientist for more than four decades, climate change is forcing a colony of seabirds into a real-time race: evolve or go extinct.
Tony Amos spent 40 years rescuing and studying wildlife on the Texas coast. After his death, and in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, a new generation is stepping up to continue his legacy.
Preserved birds and digital photos help pinpoint levels of black carbon and the changes that led to its decline.
Starlings are easy to find. But capturing their twisted formations as they evade predators takes commitment and vision.
Visit your local Audubon center, join a chapter, or help save birds with your state program.