In a May 2 article titled "Reinventing Audubon," Curtis Brainard, writing for the prestigious Columbia Journalism Review, described exciting new developments at Audubon:

"There's new vigor at the 108-year-old National Audubon Society, a nonprofit environmental group focused on birds, which is in the process of rolling out a more cohesive, mission-driven strategy for the 21st century.

"On Tuesday, the society announced that it had hired industry vet Mark Jannot to run its award-winning magazine, Audubon, and revamp its content and communication strategy...."

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