Running birds are paving the way for better walking cyborgs.
Malta is the only country in Europe to still allow spring hunting of turtle doves and quail.
Speaking from the Everglades on Earth Day, President Obama committed to acting on climate change. Audubon Florida’s Executive Director explains why that’s necessary.
A new gambling market pegged to the iconic bird’s migration delivers for bettors and birds alike.
Noah tracks the tail end of spring migration.
Guatemala’s western highlands feel a lot like home.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announces that the Empire State will go dark to help birds.
Jamaica Bay has its first reported Great Horned Owl nest.
And buildings, and airplanes, and wind turbines—there’s a lot in our sky to contend with.
Audubon’s chief scientist explains how small actions add up.
Sotheby’s auction in London seeks bids in the tens of thousands of dollars for its remarkably large oddity.
In an op-ed for the Dallas News, community leader Trammell S. Crow explains the challenges green Republicans face, as well as the tradition they represent.
Our April newsletter features hummingbirds, photo contest winners, and more.