The tick forecast looks grim for this year. Before you hit the great outdoors, follow our advice to keep the eight-legged critters at bay.
By saying human activity is not a leading cause of climate change, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency continues his campaign to undermine widely accepted climate science.
Migrant traps aren't just a boon to birds—they put photographers in a sweet spot too.
An avid naturalist, enthusiastic birder, and citizen-science innovator, ‘Chan’ Robbins (1918–2017) was a conservation titan.
Native to the American Southwest, Elf Owls are slightly larger than a soda can, but that doesn't stop them from being determined predators.
A collaboration between Audubon Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf brings birding to a new audience.
From birding festivals to exhibits, the coming months and incoming migrants offer an array of activities for avian aficionados.
Follow these three simple tips to capture the best shot possible.
The proposed budget dedicates $0 to the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, which restores polluted land and water leftover from manufacturing, lumber, and mining industries.
Consider this your guide to the mating ritual that shapes the lives of a hundred dancing, singing bird species.
At the U.S. National Arboretum, both eagle parents settled on their nest to warm their eggs, and each other, through the cold, icy night.
Eight teenagers recently returned from Costa Rica with fresh perspectives, beautiful photos, and much bigger life lists.
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.
Tell Congress to oppose these cuts, and instead fully support the conservation programs needed to protect birds and the places they need.