Last year thousands of geese died after being poisoned by the waters of Montana's Berkeley Pit. To prevent future such disasters at the former copper mine, a variety of new tools and warning systems are being tested.
After a racist encounter in the field, a birder reflects on the disturbing incident and the community that helped lift him back up.
Experts say the Alaska operation could pollute salmon-rich waterways, putting at risk the raptors—and people—that depend on the fish.
Water, heat, and fertilizer . . . what more could you ask for? Here are a few ideas on where to visit.
After the largest dam removal in U.S. history, scientists, Native Americans, and wild animals are working together to restore the heart of the Elwha.
The producer of the PBS series 'Spy in the Wild' shares with Audubon how his team captured the rare and intimate footage.
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service rejects petition from developers in a victory for sound science.
Turns out there's an orderly process to all of that flitting back and forth.
Audubon's editors look back on a busy year.
Officials confirm the bird-rich Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge is the 'probable' starting point for construction.
Ring in the new year by raising your voice for bird conservation and making your home an avian haven.
The Spoon-billed Sandpiper, on the edge of extinction, is finally catching a break after scientists persuaded hunters to become fishermen instead.
From restoring bird habitats across the country to preventing unnecessary bird deaths, Audubon's had a big year.
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