November-December 2014 issue

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Three Generations of Citizen Science: The Pioneer
December 16, 2014 — Fifty years after launching the breeding bird survey, 70 years after starting a career in bird conservation, and nearly 100 years after his birth, Chan Robbins is still watching closely.
Tokyo's Got a Parrot Problem
December 08, 2014 — Feral parakeets, let loose after an exotic pet craze, have taken over the world's largest city.
Audubon View: Rallying Cry
December 05, 2014 — Audubon's climate report changes the American landscape of ideas.
Old Mine Detectors Find New Purpose in the Battle Against Climate Change
December 01, 2014 — Retrofitted Submersibles might offer a better understanding the deep sea carbon cycle.
Stalking the Wild Ur-Chicken
November 26, 2014 — A small town in Georgia may hold the genetic key to the future of poultry.
Galapagos Journal: Tracing Darwin’s Footsteps
November 20, 2014 — Inspired by the great naturalist, a modern writer keeps a Galápagos journal of her own.
Galapagos Journal: A Quest to See a Place Untouched by Climate Change
November 17, 2014 — A brush with mortality spurs a trip to the equator.
Rethinking the Endangered Species List
November 12, 2014 — Some threatened species may never earn "endangered" status. Here's why that may be a good thing.
How To Cook Like Michael Pollan
November 06, 2014 — The author reveals how to cut calories and carbon emissions—and you won’t even have to make a trip to the farmer’s market. 
Real Estate for Purple Martins
November 05, 2014 — Biologists and volunteers are using maps to bring a beloved species back to Wisconsin.
Reimagining the Cedar Waxwing
November 04, 2014 — Ryan Berkley reimagines this avian just in time for the Christmas Bird Count.
I Dream of Gigi
October 24, 2014 — In Pelican Dreams, documentary filmmaker Judy Irving explores the modern lives of ancient seabirds
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