A flock of pigeons eating seeds on a sidewalk.
Cities Are Testing Birth Control to Solve Pigeon Problems
April 16, 2024 — Booming populations of these familiar urban birds are causing complaints. Can contraception help?
Effort to Proclaim Chuckwalla National Monument Accelerates with Announcement of Bicameral Legislation 
April 16, 2024 — Audubon and broad coalition of Tribal, community and conservation organizations call for protection of more than 620,000 acres of California desert
Illustration of people watching birds next to a lake.
A New Birding Club Wants to Help COVID Long-Haulers Safely Enjoy Nature Together
April 12, 2024 — Ed Yong, an award-winning science journalist who widely covered the pandemic, recently launched The Spoonbill Club to provide community—and an accessible hobby—for folks with long COVID.
Senators Cardin and Boozman Introduce Legislation to Invest in Migratory Bird Conservation
April 12, 2024 — Together with companion House legislation, the bills would authorize resources for migratory birds throughout the hemisphere.
Choosing a Plan to Save the Greater Sage-Grouse
April 09, 2024 — Tell the Bureau of Land Management to preserve Greater Sage-Grouse habitat
Two plovers sit in the sand on a beach next to washed up seaweed.
It’s Nesting Season: Don’t Forget to Share the Shore with Coastal Birds
April 04, 2024 — Birds like plovers and terns need our help to safely raise their chicks on beaches this summer.
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A Future for Birds and People in the Colorado River Basin
March 29, 2024 — Audubon and partner NGOs propose an alternative for post-2026 operations.
A brown bird perched in green leaves, looking up.
How Extreme Weather Tests Facilities Housing the Last of a Species
March 29, 2024 — Natural disasters fueled by climate change imperil critically endangered species under human care. Breeding centers must be more ready than ever to swing into action in an emergency.
Bug Out With the Birds by Finding an Insect Hatch
March 29, 2024 — Want to observe a colorful array of hungry avians? Check out one of these hatches.
A plain brown bird perches on a mossy branch.
Ask Kenn: What's the Secret to Identifying Flycatchers?
March 28, 2024 — Don’t let these difficult birds get you down. Instead, take this sage advice from Audubon Field Editor and bird expert Kenn Kaufman.