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How to Photograph Birds With a Smartphone
April 21, 2016 — You already own a powerful tool for snapping birds. Here’s how to make the most of it.
How Falconry Turned One Man's Life Right-Side Up
April 21, 2016 — After spending his childhood on the mean streets of D.C., Rodney Stotts found new purpose as a raptor expert and role model for school kids.
The 2016 Audubon Photography Awards: Top 100
April 21, 2016 — For the first time ever, there’s a sage-grouse.
A Look Behind the Scenes at Audubon's New Strategic Plan
April 21, 2016 — As the National Audubon Society unveils its next five-year plan, we put President and CEO David Yarnold on the hot seat.
Learn How Scientists Turned Extinct Birds Into Life-Like, 3-D Animations
April 21, 2016 — To find out more about their ecological roles, seven moas were given a chance to live again (digitally, anyway).
The 2016 Audubon Photography Awards Winners
April 21, 2016 — The seventh annual contest came down to the wire—a true photo finish.
How Congress Can Protect Seabirds With One Simple Act
April 21, 2016 — By signing ACAP, the United States would save seabirds from bad fishing practices.
Why Audubon Magazine Is Getting Rid of Its Ads
April 21, 2016 — By reclaiming former ad pages, we’re able to give our readers an even more beautiful magazine.
Can the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Be Found in Cuba?
April 21, 2016 — A birder, ornithologist, writer, and photographer set off on an extreme adventure through the muck and memories of eastern Cuba.
Reimagining the Peregrine Falcon
April 21, 2016 — Contemporary artist Eric Nyquist captures the carnage of a peregrine feast.
Summer Birding in the National Parks
April 21, 2016 — Celebrate 100 years with a little birding and a lot of adventure in America's most beautiful spots.
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