It's National Park Week, so go make use of all those excellent birding destinations. There are a lot more than you think.
A pilot program called Climate Watch aims to use on-the-ground observations to validate Audubon’s climate modeling, which predicts how birds’ territory ranges will shift in response to a changing climate.
Part one in our new series to help you build your birding skills—and love of birds—by learning how to bird by ear.
An enormous body of research shows that organophosphate pesticides adversely affect endangered birds and other wildlife. Pesticide manufacturers prefer the Environmental Protection Agency ignore it.
An executive order coming today will reverse Obama-era restrictions while issuing a review of the five-year plan for future oil and gas development.
Part three of our new series to help you build your birding skills—and love of birds—by learning how to bird by ear.
Warblers aren't the most cooperative subjects, but they are one of the most beautiful and addictive. Follow this advice to best capture the elusive birds.
By expanding its breeding range in an unprecedented way, the adaptable swallow continues its spread—while baffling bird experts along the way.
To show support for science-based conservation, Audubon members rallied with the masses across the globe on Saturday.
The law that authorizes the president to create national monuments is at risk. Here's a definitive guide to the act and how it—and the lands it protects—could be in trouble.
It isn't just parched plants that welcome the rejuvenating rain.
Many familiar species depend on the Arctic for breeding. Discover seven of them and test your bird smarts with this quiz.
Males are often the default sex for studies, but new research showing sexes are more genetically different than previously thought could change that.
Efforts in Congress are underway to open the Arctic Refuge to drilling, which would cause irreparable harm to birds.