From Audubon Magazine

Follow These Expert Tips to Find Owls and Take Amazing Bird Photos

Follow These Expert Tips to Find Owls and Take Amazing Bird Photos

— With the proper preparation and plenty of patience, you can dramatically increase your chances of success.
Amidst California Drought, Coyotes Creep Closer to Mono Lake’s Gull Colonies

Amidst California Drought, Coyotes Creep Closer to Mono Lake’s Gull Colonies

— An electric fence might provide a quick fix, but what the lake really needs is water.
How Baby Kiwis in Virginia Will Help Preserve an Ancient Maori Tradition

How Baby Kiwis in Virginia Will Help Preserve an Ancient Maori Tradition

— At the Smithsonian's world-class breeding center, conservationists are working to preserve a beloved New Zealand bird and culture.
5 Essentials for Birding in the Tropics

5 Essentials for Birding in the Tropics

— When you want to add exotic birds to your life list, pack light.
Reimagining the American Goldfinch

Reimagining the American Goldfinch

— Cultural icon Tony Fitzpatrick blends folk art with his bird obsession.
6 Nearby Tropical Birding Hotspots to Escape to This Winter

6 Nearby Tropical Birding Hotspots to Escape to This Winter

— An incredible array of avian life is a short plane ride away.
As Oil Companies Dig Into Yasuní National Park, Ecuadorians Are Fighting Back

As Oil Companies Dig Into Yasuní National Park, Ecuadorians Are Fighting Back

— Considered the most biodiverse place in the world, the Yasuní is in danger of being ruined through the exploitation of its natural resources. And time is running out to save it.
The Mystery of Seahorse Key's Missing Bird Colony Veers Into Strange Territory

The Mystery of Seahorse Key's Missing Bird Colony Veers Into Strange Territory

— Russian submarines? Black-ops helicopters? Vigilante sheepdogs? Cannibal snakes? Weird theories abound for the causes of the baffling case.
Behind the Scenes With the World’s Top Feather Detective

Behind the Scenes With the World’s Top Feather Detective

— As the country’s only criminal forensic ornithologist, Pepper Trail has pieced together the demise of countless birds—and saved many others.
An Annual Rescue Mission to Free Northern Gannets Tangled in Plastic Trash

An Annual Rescue Mission to Free Northern Gannets Tangled in Plastic Trash

— Without human intervention, dozens of the magnificent seabirds would starve to death at their nesting site each year.