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After 96 Years, Betty Reid Soskin Is Still As Fierce As Ever
February 23, 2018
— In her new memoir, 'Sign My Name to Freedom,' the activist, pioneer, and National Park Service ranger reflects on the many lives she’s lived.
John James Audubon Made a Mardi Gras Appearance
February 22, 2018
— The Rex parade, New Orleans’ oldest Mardi Gras parade, featured the naturalist in a celebration of the city’s history.
An Endangered Bird's Story, Told Through the Art of Dance
January 22, 2018
— In its U.S. debut, ‘Soaring Wings’ brings the plight of the Crested Ibis to life, without shedding the evocative power of ballet.
How to Live With Bird Poop
January 18, 2018
— It might be harmful for your car's paint, but truth is, the world needs it.
This Show Used a Robot Chick to Infiltrate a Hornbill Nest
January 3, 2018
— The producer of the PBS series 'Spy in the Wild' shares with Audubon how his team captured the rare and intimate footage.
Reimagining John James Audubon’s Pileated Woodpecker
December 14, 2017
— Illustrator Stephen Kroninger's interpretation loses a bird but gains a glossy string of pearls.
Step Up Your Holiday Baking Game With These Realistic Bird Cookies
December 8, 2017
— Ecologist Sarah MacLean is whipping up a cookie guide to the birds of North America, and she has some tips for your kitchen.
Birdist Rule #74: Watch Some Movies About Birding
November 30, 2017
— Stuck indoors for the holidays? Scrutinize these birding movies instead of real-life field marks.
Just in Time for Thanksgiving: A New Audubon Exhibit With the Gallant Wild Turkey as the Lead
November 10, 2017
— The New-York Historical Society debuts its most ambitious display of 'Birds of America' artifacts yet, slated for 36 years of exhibition.
Add These Birder Murder Mysteries to Your Reading List
November 8, 2017
— With titles like 'A Siege of Bitterns' and 'A Cast of Falcons' to his name, novelist Steve Burrows mixes birds and whodunits to great acclaim.
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