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The prairie is poised to make a comeback, thanks to Audubon's new Conservation Ranching Initiative.
To keep macaw chicks safe, a team of rangers spends night and day watching over the birds’ nests and homes.
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Neonicotinoids are washing off of their host seeds and into water bodies—threatening not just aquatic insects but the birds that rely on them.
There’s never been a greater need for our local-everywhere approach to solutions.
We know where Mourning Warblers spend their winters and summers. But where they go inbetween is a mystery—one that can be solved through their songs.
Through Audubon Vermont's pioneering project, sugar farms are promoting better tree diversity to attract nesting avians.
A playful twist on one baseball team's bird-themed logo.
Dan Koeppel had seen plenty of Mountain Quail—until it became the lone bird on his dad's North American life list. Then it became his nemesis, too.
After tragedy struck, the Blooms struggled to recover. Taking in an injured magpie turned out to be just what the family needed to begin healing.
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