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Working Lands: A Family Making Maple Syrup Grows Sugar Bush for Birds
July 06, 2012 — Tig and Elise Tillinghast show how sweet it is making a living while preserving bird habitat.
Journey to Quebec’s Saint Lawrence River
July 05, 2012 — An unpredictable haven for cetaceans, as well as hundreds of thousands of birds, Quebec’s St. Lawrence River is an eco-traveler’s dream.
Earth Almanac
June 15, 2012 — One tough little warbler; ten-inch terrors; a ticklish beetle; the march of avocets; sky-high sheep; and more. 
Green Guru: How Safe Are BPA Alternatives?
June 11, 2012 — Alternatives to BPA may not be as safe as you think, so choose wisely. 
Art Aims to Protect Birds from Glass
June 05, 2012 — College students design films to prevent birds from crashing into windows.
Birds that Perish During Migration are the Stuff of Education
June 04, 2012 — The fate of migrating birds a century ago can teach us plenty right now.
Raising Baby Corals for Reef Restoration
May 30, 2012 — Restoring the Florida Keys, one piece at a time. 
Protecting Hawaii's Precious Plants
May 30, 2012 — Planting native blossoms gives Oahu's unique landscape a fighting chance.
Bringing Science to the Forefront of Presidential Debates
May 29, 2012 — A group urges the presidential candidates to discuss science, technology, and the environment.
Audubon View
May 23, 2012 — Major wind developers have pledged to voluntarily incorporate bird-friendly guidelines in the construction of new wind energy projects and to modify existing turbines. 
Birding by Zipline
May 16, 2012 — Clipping into a zipline and flying through the canopy of a West Virginia hardwood forest gives thrill seekers a decidedly different perspective on their favorite birds. 
Is DDT Here to Stay?
May 14, 2012 — Thanks to Rachel Carson’s crusade, DDT was banned and birds are rebounding. If only it were that simple. 
Working Lands: A New York Farm Owner Manages Fields For Grassland Birds
May 10, 2012 — Gail W. Miller's 174-year-old farm is worth the upkeep to protect grassland birds such as bobolinks.  
Rachel Carson and JFK, an Environmental Tag Team
May 08, 2012 — On the 50th anniversary of Silent Spring’s publication, a best-selling historian shows the extent to which John Kennedy and his administration defended Rachel Carson’s controversial work against the chemical industry’s onslaught.
Working Lands: A Missouri Farmer Saves Prairie and Grassland Birds
April 30, 2012 — Creating conditions species need to thrive in Hi Lonesome.
Kicking the Coal Habit
April 23, 2012 — America may be coming to grips with the dark side of our cheapest, most abundant energy source, but a plan to unload it on Asia threatens to poison our planet.
The Pacific Northwest's Underwater Wilderness
April 19, 2012 — The rich and murky undersea world off the Pacific Northwest inspires a photographer to endure freezing waters to shoot dazzling creatures.
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