Letter From the Editor

This Spring, Help Birds by Growing Native Plants

This Spring, Help Birds by Growing Native Plants

— Looking to make a positive contribution to the world? Audubon has a handy new tool to help.
That Thing with Feathers

That Thing with Feathers

— 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

Why We Partnered With FERN on Our Palm Oil Investigation

— When nonprofit conservation meets nonprofit journalism, great things ensue in the magazine.
A Closer Look at Birds, Humans, and Their Shared Experiences

A Closer Look at Birds, Humans, and Their Shared Experiences

— 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

Why Audubon Magazine Is Getting Rid of Its Ads

— By reclaiming former ad pages, we’re able to give our readers an even more beautiful magazine.
Is Shell Really Abandoning Arctic Drilling?

Is Shell Really Abandoning Arctic Drilling?

— It's great that the energy giant pulled out of the Arctic Ocean. But let’s still stay vigilant.
Canaries in Paris

Canaries in Paris

— What's the point of an early warning if we refuse to take heed?
800 Comments and Counting: The Reasoning Behind Our Kingfisher Posts

800 Comments and Counting: The Reasoning Behind Our Kingfisher Posts

— Our recent stories on specimen collection made waves across the media landscape. Here’s what happened—and how people responded.
Keep the Comments Coming

Keep the Comments Coming

— Your opinions can lead to pivotal conversations about conservation.
Shell Game

Shell Game

— The Obama administration steps aside in the Arctic, and commits all of us to the ultimate sucker’s bet.