January-February 2013 issue

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The Tale of a Northern Flicker Family Captured on Film
February 15, 2013 — The grand-prize winner of our fourth annual Photo Awards got the perfect shot with patience—and a specific image in mind.
5 Great Winter Destinations
February 13, 2013 — These national parks offer a host of unique activities when the nights grow long.
Cranes on the Platte River
February 05, 2013 — Between February and April, more than half a million sandhill cranes gather on the Platte River in central Nebraska, staging for a journey that ends as far north as eastern Siberia.
Powerful Storms Help Enhance Habitat for Some Birds
January 30, 2013 — Hurricane Sandy’s silver lining.
Turn Your Yard Into a Winter Refueling Spot for Birds
January 28, 2013 — To survive freezing nights, many birds must sustain themselves with berries rich in fats and antioxidants.
Curious ‘Mice’ Thrive on Glaciers
January 22, 2013 — Bizarre creatures have been discovered living inside these balls of moss.
A Win for Wood Storks
January 17, 2013 — Audubon and its allies settle with a developer to protect and restore vital wetlands.
Audubon View
January 17, 2013 — Audubon's President discusses the lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy.
Poisons Used to Kill Rodents Have Safer Alternatives
January 15, 2013 — A second generation of ultra-potent rodenticides creates a first-class crisis for people, pets, and wildlife.
Farmers Delay Harvesting for Birds
January 14, 2013 — California dairy farmers help protect thousands of tricolored blackbirds. 
Green Guru: Zoos and Conservation
January 10, 2013 — Zoos and aquariums help protect species in captivity and the wild.
Barbara Kingsolver and Butterflies
January 08, 2013 — Novelist Barbara Kingsolver tackles global warming. 
What Four More Years of the Obama Administration Means for Environmental Policy
January 07, 2013 — What environmental issues may be addressed in Washington over the next few years?
Turning a Dump into Bird Habitat
January 04, 2013 — A team of Idaho landowners, law enforcement officials, and conservationists transforms a derelict IBA.
A Walk on Yellowstone's Wild Side
December 12, 2012 — Wolves battle for territory. Coyotes endure love triangles. Wolverine fathers show their kits the ropes. Few places offer more intimate wildlife viewing than Yellowstone in winter.
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