From Audubon Magazine

Researchers Are Retracing the Steps of a Century-Old Expedition to See How California's Birdlife Has Changed

Researchers Are Retracing the Steps of a Century-Old Expedition to See How California's Birdlife Has Changed

— In 1908, Joseph Grinnell began a 30-year project to document the state’s wildlife. Now, a modern resurvey of his study sites is yielding unprecedented insights into birds’ vulnerabilities and resilience.
This Brutal Pesticide Creates a 'Circle of Death.' So Why Is It Making a Comeback?

This Brutal Pesticide Creates a 'Circle of Death.' So Why Is It Making a Comeback?

— Carbofuran, a century-old chemical, is increasingly being weaponized against birds and other wildlife, decimating entire food webs.
On a Patch of Ohio Prairie, Aviation and Conservation Collide

On a Patch of Ohio Prairie, Aviation and Conservation Collide

— An Audubon center is fighting to protect Dayton's Knoop Prairie from development, saying the environmental costs go too far.
When Female Birds Are Overlooked, Conservation Suffers

When Female Birds Are Overlooked, Conservation Suffers

— Ornithologists are trying to correct biases and misguided assumptions that can undermine environmental efforts and scientific knowledge.
In the Fight Against Climate Change, Let's Not Trade One Tragedy for Another

In the Fight Against Climate Change, Let's Not Trade One Tragedy for Another

— Audubon will hold politicians and power companies accountable so we don't sacrifice birds to achieve much-needed carbon reductions.
Conservation History Provides Lessons We Should Heed

Conservation History Provides Lessons We Should Heed

— By examining our past, we can navigate toward a better, safer future.
Reimagining the Black Skimmer

Reimagining the Black Skimmer

— Ana Galvañ uses warm tones, stencil textures, and bold shapes to reimagine this graceful seabird.
An Alaskan Mine Threatens the Site of the World's Largest Gathering of Bald Eagles

An Alaskan Mine Threatens the Site of the World's Largest Gathering of Bald Eagles

— In the Chilkat Valley, eagles, bears, and people depend on healthy salmon runs. A proposed mine could put the entire ecosystem at risk.
Inside the Race to Save China's Mysterious ‘Bird of Legend’

Inside the Race to Save China's Mysterious ‘Bird of Legend’

— The Chinese Crested Tern was written off as extinct decades ago. Since its rediscovery in 2000, scientists have been working to ensure that Asia’s rarest seabird keeps a firm foothold in reality.
These Students Are Partnering With Corvids to Replant a Forest After Fire

These Students Are Partnering With Corvids to Replant a Forest After Fire

— Island Scrub-Jays are acorn-planting machines. Might flying foresters be just what today's scorched Western landscapes need?