Cameras and simulations are finally enabling scientists to study the nuances of the raptors' extreme hunting techniques.
An extra-wet rainy season shows that, given a chance, the Everglades ecosystem can bounce back from a century of abuse.
She's survived more than six decades of trials and tribulations, but Midway Atoll's mouse problem is a new threat.
Rosemary Mosco, creator of the comic “Bird and Moon,” on how humor, animals, and cartoons are a natural fit.
After enduring 300 miles in a truck grille and a car wash, the owl suffered major injuries. But with some help, the tough bird pulled through.
These five avian hotpots near major airport hubs make for easy mid-trip departures.
Each spring, thousands of the ravenous raptors descend on California's Anza-Borrego Desert to gorge themselves on a buffet of moth larvae.
After tens of millions of years, the bird has changed little since it diverged from eagles and hawks.
Scientists hope the plight of this shorebird, once among the most common in North America, will spur conservation for other troubled curlew species.
Here are the three groups you should pay especially close attention to.
Eight years after the BP oil spill, the bird-rich islands and shores of Texas's Galveston Bay are a testament to nature's ability to recover—with our help.
Once somebody's backyard, Audubon Tucson's Paton Center for Hummingbirds attracts thousands of birders every year.
Governor McMaster recently invited Audubon South Carolina to help overhaul the mansion's gardens using native plants.
Visit your local Audubon center, join a chapter, or help save birds with your state program.