Audubon Magazine September-October 2012

Blood in Leeches Helps Save Species

Blood in Leeches Helps Save Species

Researchers are using genetic material from unconventional sources to better understand species’ populations and ranges. 

Earth Almanac

Earth Almanac

Nature's walking stick; when a royal becomes a ragamuffin; a ubiquitous but rare species; mourning glory; more. 

A Palm Tree Paradise in Maui

A Palm Tree Paradise in Maui

A renowned poet writes an inspiring story of restoration and love of nature that created a Hawaiian oasis.

From Coal Mine to Botanic Garden

From Coal Mine to Botanic Garden

The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden and the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania are using a TogetherGreen grant to return an old mine site to nature.

Audubon View

Audubon View

Audubon and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are teaming up to protect priority bird species. 

Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Beach battle rages on; black swifts' uncertain future; presidential candidates keep mum.

The Battle Over a North Carolina Beach Continues

The Battle Over a North Carolina Beach Continues

On Cape Hatteras National Seashore, a revolutionary management plan is finally putting embattled sea turtles and birds on near-equal footing with ORV drivers. But powerful interests are working hard to undo it.

Cape Hatteras's Beach Birds

Cape Hatteras's Beach Birds

When parts of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore get busy, the array of shorebirds using it might as well be crossing a highway.

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