From Audubon Magazine

Birds Help Bind Us to Our Roots, and to One Another

Birds Help Bind Us to Our Roots, and to One Another

— Our winter issue illustrates how, in today’s topsy-turvy world, we would all benefit from stronger connections.
A Struggling California Marsh Gets an Overhaul to Prepare for Rising Seas

A Struggling California Marsh Gets an Overhaul to Prepare for Rising Seas

— The restoration of the Sonoma Creek in the San Francisco Bay Area not only corrects problems of the past, but also looks to the future.
An Innovative Effort to Return Loons to Massachusetts Hits a Major Milestone

An Innovative Effort to Return Loons to Massachusetts Hits a Major Milestone

— New recovery techniques have helped the iconic waterbirds nest in the state's glacial lakes for the first time in more than a century.
Brown-Headed Nuthatches Are Back in the Ozarks for the First Time in a Century

Brown-Headed Nuthatches Are Back in the Ozarks for the First Time in a Century

— An effort to restore the region's historic woodlands is showing signs of success. Now conservationists hope to reestablish the long-gone songbirds.
New Perils Threaten to Destroy an Embattled Desert Haven for Birds

New Perils Threaten to Destroy an Embattled Desert Haven for Birds

— Advocates have long fended off proposals that would deplete Arizona's San Pedro River, but today's threats add up to a daunting challenge.
What Is Killing Wisconsin's Bald Eagles?

What Is Killing Wisconsin's Bald Eagles?

— For 25 years researchers struggled to find the culprit behind a mysterious illness plaguing eagles around the Wisconsin River. Finally, a clue emerges.
We Have Work to Do

We Have Work to Do

— There's no time to lose, so let’s move into 2021 with the energy and will to lift up all people and make the world better for birds.
Reimagining the Canada Goose

Reimagining the Canada Goose

— Illustrating this familiar bird was part of artist Luke Swinson's exploration of his Indigenous roots.
The Border Wall Has Been 'Absolutely Devastating' for People and Wildlife

The Border Wall Has Been 'Absolutely Devastating' for People and Wildlife

— President-elect Joe Biden's pledge to halt construction is a start, but activists say tearing down the barrier is ultimately what's needed.
In California's Parched Central Valley, Habitat Restoration Lags Promises

In California's Parched Central Valley, Habitat Restoration Lags Promises

— To mitigate water diversion projects, state agencies pledge to restore wetlands that birds and fish use. But these projects can take so long to come to fruition that they are sometimes 'double counted.'