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These Century-Old Photos Inspired Some of the West's First Bird Refuges

July 11, 2018 — From early conservation "selfies" to close-up shots of nesting birds, the images are curated from a vast new digital archive.

One Scientist's Valiant Mission to Save Two of Hawaii's Endangered Seabirds

July 11, 2018 — On the mountainous island of Kauai, elusive shearwaters and petrels burrow deep in the forested terrain. Saving them requires a radical effort, led by a man who is no less extreme.

Teresa Baker, Activist and Hiker, on Why Kids Are the Future of Our Public Lands

July 10, 2018 — Instagram feeds and internships are encouraging young people of color to join the environmental movement. But we can do more.

Check Out Conner Youngblood's Moving Music Video Featuring a Utah Bird Refuge

July 09, 2018 — The talented performer captures the essence of the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in this immersive ode.

From Nuisance to Nest: This Artist Makes Shelters From Fallen Limbs and Trees

July 06, 2018 — An educator and dreamer, Californian Jayson Fann perches his larger-than-life creations on the green cliffs of Big Sur and beyond.

How the U.S. Government Is Aggressively Censoring Climate Science

July 06, 2018 — By keeping the public in the dark, federal agencies create an environment where inaction is justified.

Reimagining the American White Ibis

July 06, 2018 — April SGaana Jaad White uses Northwest Coast designs to reimagine this Southeastern bird.

The Power of Pictures to Promote Conservation

July 05, 2018 — Photography can communicate the beauty and fragility of nature. It can also help build a movement to save it.

Stand Up for Your Public Lands

July 05, 2018 — This summer, get outside and get organized to protect America’s national parks and monuments.

The 2018 Audubon Photography Awards: Top 100

July 05, 2018 — Feast your eyes on these always exquisite, sometimes hilarious, images, and find out the backstory behind each spectacular shot.

The 2018 Audubon Photography Awards Winners

July 02, 2018 — Another year, another incredible—and incredibly hard—selection of images to choose from.
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Meet Eight Birds That Depend on the Farm Bill

February 12, 2018 — From North Carolina forests to California rice fields, the farm bill is a powerful tool for protecting and restoring avian habitat. As Congress begins rewriting the legislation, birders should pay close attention.
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