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An Epcot garden teaches visitors about bird-friendly yards.
Sleeker wings help Nebraska swallows avoid deadly traffic.
Huge crowds flock to a Portland school to watch thousands of Vaux’s swifts funnel into a makeshift roost.
Missing birds may mean warmer forests for Guam.
A hidden chamber below the geyser may drive its iconic eruptions.
An Audubon educator connects kids and prairie dogs.
Tracking pelicans from Minnesota marshes to the Gulf of Mexico.
Audubon groups in Maine and California wage a battle against deadly lead.
Olaf Hajek kicks off the series with a little lesson in art history.
A clownfish “dance” keeps anemones healthy.
An Arizona artist makes everything from clothes to sculptures from recycled materials.
As the world warms, vineyards could move into wildlife habitat.
Caffeine-laced nectar improves pollinators' memory.
Researchers are transforming gut microbes into biodiesel-making factories.
Masters of the underwater universe for millions of years, the much-persecuted shark may finally have a fighting chance thanks to friends in surprising places.
With migrations that can span thousands of miles, Pacific shorebirds are among nature’s most amazing aerialists. But without crucial stopover habitat along their way, they could be doomed.
Whooping crane recovery is one of conservation’s great successes, but suddenly there are new and frightening threats.
Audubon’s guide to unforgettable trips that wend through charming towns and rural outposts while also connecting the dots between many Important Bird Areas.
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