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How Makeshift Stereos Could Help an Endangered Warbler Find a New Home

How Makeshift Stereos Could Help an Endangered Warbler Find a New Home

— A unique experiment aims to lure Kirtland's Warblers to habitat hundreds of miles away from their typical haunts. It's working better than expected.
The Gray Jay Will Officially Be Called the Canada Jay Again

The Gray Jay Will Officially Be Called the Canada Jay Again

— And as it turns out, the bird's name should have been switched back more than 50 years ago.
Once a Polluted Mess, Now a Healthy Riverside Park

Once a Polluted Mess, Now a Healthy Riverside Park

— A native plants project is the latest effort by Ohio's Black River Audubon to bring more wildlife to the revitalized property.
How Birds Survived the Asteroid Impact That Wiped Out the Dinosaurs

How Birds Survived the Asteroid Impact That Wiped Out the Dinosaurs

— Today’s great diversity of tree-dwelling birds can be traced back to small ground birds that survived global forest destruction.
When It's Okay (or Not) to Feed Birds

When It's Okay (or Not) to Feed Birds

— Providing food—for photography or simple enjoyment—can be a thorny issue. For guidance, ask yourself these three questions.
We're Suing the Federal Government to Protect Birds

We're Suing the Federal Government to Protect Birds

— A note from Audubon President and CEO David Yarnold.
Could Alaska's Songbirds Defend Themselves If Cuckoos Invade?

Could Alaska's Songbirds Defend Themselves If Cuckoos Invade?

— Using 3D-printed "cuckoo" eggs, researchers found that native birds will be in big trouble if the foreign nest parasites ever colonize.
South Carolina’s Most Powerful Conservation Tool Is Renewed—Forever

South Carolina’s Most Powerful Conservation Tool Is Renewed—Forever

— With almost 300,000 acres already under its belt, the Conservation Bank will continue to preserve more land important to birds and people.
Hear that Hammering? Don't Assume It's a Woodpecker

Hear that Hammering? Don't Assume It's a Woodpecker

— Chickadees and nuthatches also carve out nest cavities.
How to Deal With Birding FOMO

How to Deal With Birding FOMO

— It’s been a week since I missed out on the Kirtland’s Warbler that strayed into Manhattan. I’m still not over it.