Picturesque Great and Little Inagua Islands host flamingos, an endemic hummingbird, and more than 100 other species.
New research finds that the songbird's recovery might be stunted by habitat degradation where it overwinters.
When it comes to caffeinating responsibly, selecting the right brew can be confusing. This guide should help.
More rookery islands in Matagorda Bay means better protection against storm surges—and lots of homes for roosting and breeding birds.
Audubon's new National Parks climate study projects some surprising range expansions, but history shows such changes are possible—and likely.
The manager of Audubon's Gillmor Sanctuary in Utah, Sorensen restores and protects the habitat along one of our country's largest lakes.
As a senior scientist for the National Audubon Society, Bateman's work focuses on helping birds survive climate change.
The widespread divers are masters of their own buoyancy.
So you can get your birding fill, even when you can't get outside.
They were always singing. We were just distracted by the males.
On Maroons Cultural Heritage Day, Audubon South Carolina transported visitors into the sanctuary's past—when it was a refuge for runaways.
These glamorous female birds outshine their drab male partners.
Kenn Kaufman reflects on ingrained biases in birding—and how moving past them gave him a whole new perspective.
Visit your local Audubon center, join a chapter, or help save birds with your state program.