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These 5 Threatened Places Could Be Spared Under Biden

These 5 Threatened Places Could Be Spared Under Biden

— From coastal Alaska to a Georgia swamp, public lands that lost protection in the Trump years may get a reprieve in the new administration.
Top Wins for Birds 2020: State Efforts to Address Climate Change

Top Wins for Birds 2020: State Efforts to Address Climate Change

— Audubon worked at the state and municipal level to enact policies that help us build a sustainable energy future.
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.
 Rulers of the Upper Realm, Thunderbirds Are Powerful Native Spirits

Rulers of the Upper Realm, Thunderbirds Are Powerful Native Spirits

— Also known as Thunderers or Thunderbeings, the bird-like spirits’ particular attributes and stories can vary by tribe and even family line.
Top Wins for Birds in 2020

Top Wins for Birds in 2020

— This year brought unprecedented challenges, but Audubon and its supporters still achieved important victories to help protect both birds and people.
44 Perfect Gifts for the Bird and Nature Lovers in Your Life

44 Perfect Gifts for the Bird and Nature Lovers in Your Life

— Whether novice or expert, backyard birder or a globetrotting adventurer, we’ve got something for everyone on your list. Better yet: For most of these products, their purchase also benefits bird habitat.
How the Evening Grosbeak Got Its Misleading Name

How the Evening Grosbeak Got Its Misleading Name

— In this month's Ask Kenn!, bird expert Kenn Kaufman shares the surprising origins of the finch's moniker. Plus, why your feeder birds fight so much.
As a Blind Bird Photographer, Each Shot I Take Is a Revelation

As a Blind Bird Photographer, Each Shot I Take Is a Revelation

— The same condition that makes photographing birds so challenging for me also gives the experience profound meaning.
On the Alaska Coast, Native Women Are Reviving a Cozy Tradition

On the Alaska Coast, Native Women Are Reviving a Cozy Tradition

— The Yup’ik art of sewing feather-lined parkas for babies was nearly lost after the government outlawed the spring waterfowl hunt. Luckily, a centenarian Elder remembered how it’s done.
Audubon Prepares Advocates for Upcoming Arizona Legislative Season

Audubon Prepares Advocates for Upcoming Arizona Legislative Season

— Bilingual webinar presents tips and tools to advocate for conservation priorities.