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Paddling along the refuge's coastal plain reveals how oil development threatens one of the nation's last truly wild places.
New research has found that a third of the avian population that winters in the mainland United States might not survive till spring. But why?
Thanks to some seeds, soil, and a lot of dedication, students are learning about science, connecting with nature, and greening the city of Norristown.
Guided by science, coastal hubs like the Bay Area are building in resiliency before disaster ensues.
Decades after the brown tree snake wiped out Guam’s birds, biologists have an ambitious plan to bring native species back to the stunning island.
Common songbirds in Britain’s Wytham Woods are providing an unprecedented window into avian affairs—and maybe even our own.
With a doomed frog and Mexican flair, illustrator Llew Mejia adds a fresh take on this classic print.
While we can't predict every unintended consequence, we know enough to head them off.
Despite headwinds, Audubon landed a number of wins in 2018. There’s plenty to build on next year.
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