On the African savanna, a fascinating and unprecedented partnership between people and wild birds gets started with a simple "brrr-hm."
Thanks to a crowdsourced protection effort led by Audubon Arizona, the owls are once again thriving.
The bird’s survival hinges on the ocean, but rising waters and shrinking habitat are causing populations to plummet—with no clear solutions.
The seawalls that fortify our coasts against rising seas also degrade bird habitat. But there are few good solutions unless people retreat inland.
Arctic seabirds are adapting as climate change brings warmer weather, shifting food sources, and a polar bear invasion.
Um . . . green is a good color on you?
In her first nature book, the Hollywood and Broadway star shares personal tales of exploration and conservation that urge and inspire.
In Buffalo, New York, gardeners are growing crops and native plants to bring food and wildlife to communities in need.
The fight to delist the bird hinged on disputed science—the same science behind an ongoing delisting petition for the Southwest Willow Flycatcher.
One year after it was announced that the bird would not be listed for protection under the Endangered Species Act, an update.
From local and national parks to national wildlife refuges and wilderness areas, these lands were made for you and me.
Here's where you should go to capture spectacular shots of migrating raptors in fall and spring.
Maintaining a fresh bath is a simple, essential way to keep birds hydrated, clean, and disease-free. Just follow these easy steps.
Join Audubon's Plants for Birds, supported by AVEDA. With our native plants database, you can easily find the best plants for the birds in your area.