Species journeying over the Atlantic Ocean will soon have to navigate wind farms. But without clean energy, their futures are more imperiled.
The seasonal movements of birds have captivated humans for millennia. Now we know enough about their flights to make surprising connections.
The seasons are changing as the planet warms. Some migratory species may break under the strain—but others could surprise us.
Visiting or volunteering at one of these sites can provide up-close avian encounters and a chance to contribute to valuable data collection.
Researchers today can follow birds' paths as they fly thousands of miles. But it wasn't always that way. Scroll through more than two centuries of advances in understanding this natural wonder.
Spurred by a mass collision event, Audubon chapters and partners lead a Lights Out program during spring and fall migration.
Kelley Luikey wants birders and shutterbugs to recognize that playing recorded songs can stress vulnerable birds.
Here’s everything you need to join a growing DIY community where the action heats up when the sun goes down.