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Maple Syrup Makers Are Turning Their Forests Into Prime Songbird Habitat
March 24, 2017
— Through Audubon Vermont's pioneering project, sugar farms are promoting better tree diversity to attract nesting avians.
Warmer Weather Brings Record Sightings for This Year’s Great Backyard Bird Count
March 23, 2017
— Data show high temperatures may have spurred unusual migration patterns for some species.
Watch Thousands of Sandhill Cranes Lift Off From the Platte River at Sunrise
March 21, 2017
— Every year, hundreds of thousands of Sandhill Cranes, Snow Geese, and other waterbirds visit Nebraska in one of the greatest migration spectacles on Earth.
How Do You Say ‘Great Backyard Bird Count’ in American Sign Language?
March 17, 2017
— A collaboration between Audubon Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf brings birding to a new audience.
For an Unforgettable Birding Adventure, Teens Head to Costa Rica With Audubon
March 14, 2017
— Eight teenagers recently returned from Costa Rica with fresh perspectives, beautiful photos, and much bigger life lists.
Florida’s Wading Birds Had a Terrible Breeding Season Last Year
March 14, 2017
— An annual survey of south Florida’s wading birds—including Roseate Spoonbills, Great Egrets, and Wood Storks—found the fewest nests in eight years. The results continue a worrisome trend of nesting decline.
From Goats to Grandparents: How One Audubon Chapter Is Making a More Bird-Friendly Community
March 7, 2017
— Whether it's renting goats to clear out invasive plants or making a new assisted-living facility greener, Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon is making a difference.
Proposed Wyoming Bill Allowing Sage-Grouse Captive Rearing Is Deeply Flawed
February 24, 2017
— The proposal would let commercial farms harvest Greater Sage-Grouse and their eggs. But there's no scientific evidence or public interest to support such an endeavor.
To Turn a Schoolyard Into an Outdoor Classroom, Just Add Native Plants
February 21, 2017
— With the help of Audubon Minnesota and some controlled fires, a local school recently restored an overgrown field into original prairie habitat.
The Future of Audubon’s Conservation Work Under the New Administration
January 27, 2017
— “Birds are common ground, something that America has a profound shortage of these days.” Listen to Audubon leaders discuss priorities for the upcoming years.
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