September - October 2015 issue

Remember that Audubon depends on your support to do the conservation work that we do.
A Definitive Guide to Congress' Attacks on Conservation Law
August 31, 2015 — This year we've seen an absurd number of assaults on legislation and agencies that protects birds and their habitat.
How Scientists Are Racing to Save a Rare Hawaiian Bird From Extinction
August 31, 2015 — It involves a whole lot of native plants—and a whole lot of optimism.
A Bird's Eye View of Whooping Cranes' Isolated Wetlands
August 31, 2015 — In Canada’s remote Wood Buffalo National Park, the endangered whooper continues its comeback—one (soggy) nest at a time.
Keep the Comments Coming
August 31, 2015 — Your opinions can lead to pivotal conversations about conservation.
How to Raise a Wild Bird: The Tricks and Costumes Behind the Whooping Crane's Return
August 31, 2015 — Photographer Tom Lynn’s takes an intimate look at a Whooping Crane reintroduction program, from hatching to disguised human parenting to release.
E.O. Wilson Wants Us to Leave Half of the Earth Alone—Here's Why
August 31, 2015 — The famed naturalist's newest book, written from a retirement home, is a provocative and urgent call to save the planet, and its species.
Tar Sands Mining Hits the American West
August 31, 2015 — A plan is in place to open the first commercial mine in Utah.
Reimagining the American Crow
August 31, 2015 — In the creative mind of Ralph Steadman, the corvid channels independence.
Tick Tock Goes the Sage-Grouse Conservation Clock
August 31, 2015 — Here's the breakdown of how much time has been spent keeping the Greater Sage-Grouse off the Endangered Species List.
What a High-Tech Forest Can Teach us About Global Warming
August 31, 2015 — By rigging the Harvard Forest with cameras, sensors, and even hotter air, scientists can study the future.
Bird vs. Building: Portraits of Flight Gone Wrong
August 31, 2015 — Minneapolis artist Miranda Brandon gives victims of bird strikes new life.
How to Keep Birds Out of the Outhouse
August 31, 2015 — Open pipes kill thousands of birds out West every year.
Coming Attractions: Fall 2015
August 31, 2015 — Events for bird lovers across the country.
Answering the Call of Climate Change
August 31, 2015 — We asked you to help Audubon act on climate threats to birds, and you did.
Can We Learn to Handle the Heat of Forest Fires?
August 28, 2015 — With climate change turning up the temperature and the state in a four-year drought, wildfires are scorching California like never before. In the “nuke zone” scientists are looking for clues to how forests cope.
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