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How Weird Will Wildlife Get During the 2017 Solar Eclipse?
August 16, 2017
— To find out, two smartphone apps will give amateur naturalists and astronomers the ability to record their observations during the event.
Female Birdsong Is Finally Getting the Attention It Deserves
August 15, 2017
— A new community-sourced project is tackling the gender and geographical skew in avian song research.
This Guy Is Mapping How Warblers Migrate, Just by Listening to Them Sing
March 24, 2017
— We know where Mourning Warblers spend their winters and summers. But where they go inbetween is a mystery—one that can be solved through their songs.
Warmer Weather Brings Record Sightings for This Year’s Great Backyard Bird Count
March 23, 2017
— Data show high temperatures may have spurred unusual migration patterns for some species.
Everything You Need to Know to Run Your Own Great Backyard Bird Count
February 15, 2017
— This weekend, get outside and participate in the global bird-counting event that helps scientific research. Here's how to get started.
For Actor Lili Taylor, Birding Is Full of Thrills
January 11, 2017
— On a recent Christmas Bird Count, we go on a 4 a.m. owl chase and witness a diving hawk with the veteran star and activist.
A Photo ID Quiz That's Perfect for Beginner Birders
December 14, 2016
— Test your birding knowledge with 10 species often found during the Christmas Bird Count.
One Simple Way to Help Hummingbirds Threatened by Climate Change
May 3, 2016
— By tracking these tiny birds, we can detect important imbalances in the environment.
Birds in North America and Europe Are Quickly Packing Their Bags—Here's Why
April 1, 2016
— Decades of data show that climate change is manipulating the way species move across continents.
How You Can Help Protect Birds In 15 Minutes This Weekend
February 12, 2016
— In an op-ed for the Huffington Post, Audubon CEO David Yarnold highlights citizen science projects including the Great Backyard Bird Count.
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