Ground-nesting birds didn't just settle in spots that matched their species' markings—they hunkered down where their own patterns blended best.
Ever birded among the buff? You may not have a choice if a good species shows up.
The raven population has ballooned over past decades, upsetting ecosystems and endangering wildlife. To check the ravenous birds, conservationists are cleaning up trash and shooting lasers.
A leaked memo shows the Interior Secretary wants to shrink four western monuments and overhaul management of six others.
It's all about that toe strength.
Some tips and games from Audubon experts.
Created by a software designer with help from ornithologists, NestStory brings collecting bird data into the digital age
Profiles of people, places, wildlife, and conservation programs threatened by federal budget cuts and environmental policy rollbacks. A new story series by Audubon.
Can sounds warn avians to slow down and avoid dangerous collisions? A lab study using 'pink noise' shows promise.
While southern birds are often year-round residents, tracking data for one northern Osprey shows how extensive their migratory travels can be.
A busy high schooler shares how he got hooked on birds at an early age and what they mean to him.
Updates from the field as Audubon staff and partners prepare for, or start to recover from, the effects of Hurricane Irma
Reports from on the ground in Texas indicate some damage to bird sanctuaries, barrier islands, and nature centers.
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