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For Spectacular Shorebird Shots, Go Low

August 04, 2017 — Dropping to shorebird height is key to capturing intimate, sharp photos. These tips and products will help you get down.

Want to Spice Up Your Birding Life? Go Camping

July 28, 2017 — Get to know unfamiliar bird behaviors, sounds, and species by spending entire days and nights with them. Here are a few of your options.

In Chicago, Controlled Fires Are Helping to Restore Crucial Bird Habitat

July 07, 2017 — The burns, conducted by Audubon Great Lakes and others, stave off invasive plants while spurring new growth at sites across the region.

The 'Smart Nest Box' Provides a Peek Into the Secret Lives of Birds

July 07, 2017 — The high-tech nesting boxes catch feathered families on camera for science, education, and pure entertainment.

How Genetically Modified Mice Could One Day Save Island Birds

July 07, 2017 — CRISPR, a new gene-editing technology, has the potential to help scientists combat invasive predators. But is tinkering with nature worth the risk?

A Close Look at the Early (and Awkward) Days of Baby City Birds

July 06, 2017 — As captured by a New York City photographer and wildlife-rehab volunteer.

The Busy Life of Bob the Flamingo

July 06, 2017 — Once badly injured, the recovered bird now teaches residents of Curaçao about the importance of conservation.

Teddy or Not? How Ryan Zinke Is Failing American Conservation

July 06, 2017 — By falling short of his Rooseveltian rhetoric, the Interior Secretary is endangering his department's (and his self-proclaimed idol's) legacy.

Reimagining the American Flamingo

July 06, 2017 — Artist Dan Winters turns the lanky wader into a 'creature of lore.'

Politicians Are Offering a False Choice Between Nature and the Economy

July 06, 2017 — Protecting birds and the environment doesn’t have to come at the cost of economic health and growth.

Audubon Remains Dedicated to Practicing Journalism You Can Trust

July 06, 2017 — Our commitment to rigorous reporting stretches back more than a century—and far into the future.

The 2017 Audubon Photography Awards Winners

July 06, 2017 — Congratulations to the champions—and to all those who strive to share the beauty of birds.

In the Arid West, Protecting Oases Vital to Birds Requires Creative Solutions

July 05, 2017 — Like people, birds depend on water, relying on it during migration, breeding, and nesting. But increasing pressures on already scarce Western waters have put birds and other wildlife in a perilous situation.
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