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The Alarming Decline of the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow Is a Wake-Up Call
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— These birds are barely hanging on in the wild, but there’s still hope.
Audubon Remains Dedicated to Practicing Journalism You Can Trust
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— Our commitment to rigorous reporting stretches back more than a century—and far into the future.
This Spring, Help Birds by Growing Native Plants
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— Looking to make a positive contribution to the world? Audubon has a handy new tool to help.
That Thing with Feathers
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— When the world starts to look dark, it can help to pay close attention to the beauty around us.
Why We Partnered With FERN on Our Palm Oil Investigation
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— When nonprofit conservation meets nonprofit journalism, great things ensue in the magazine.
A Closer Look at Birds, Humans, and Their Shared Experiences
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— In our new Flock Together series, you'll read inspiring stories about birds and the people who care about them.
Why Audubon Magazine Is Getting Rid of Its Ads
April 21, 2016
— By reclaiming former ad pages, we’re able to give our readers an even more beautiful magazine.
Is Shell Really Abandoning Arctic Drilling?
December 31, 2015
— It's great that the energy giant pulled out of the Arctic Ocean. But let’s still stay vigilant.
Canaries in Paris
November 1, 2015
— What's the point of an early warning if we refuse to take heed?
800 Comments and Counting: The Reasoning Behind Our Kingfisher Posts
October 30, 2015
— Our recent stories on specimen collection made waves across the media landscape. Here’s what happened—and how people responded.
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