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Tribes Could Play a Crucial Role in Achieving a Bold New Conservation Goal

Tribes Could Play a Crucial Role in Achieving a Bold New Conservation Goal

— An emerging effort to protect 30 percent of the country's land and water is an opportunity to strengthen tribal sovereignty and heed Indigenous ecological knowledge, experts say.
Reimagining the Blue Jay

Reimagining the Blue Jay

— Through artistic abstraction, Gizem Vural casts the oft-maligned Blue Jay in a sunny light.
Federal Priorities for a Secure Water Future in the West

Federal Priorities for a Secure Water Future in the West

— How Audubon will work with a new Congress and Administration to advocate for people and birds.
What Do We Do About John James Audubon?

What Do We Do About John James Audubon?

— The founding father of American birding soared on the wings of white privilege. The birding community and organizations that bear his name must grapple with this racist legacy to create a more just, inclusive world.
Why Audubon Magazine Turned Its Spotlight to John James Audubon

Why Audubon Magazine Turned Its Spotlight to John James Audubon

— It's our job as journalists to ask tough questions, including about the life and legacy of the man behind our name.
Keeping Beer and Rivers Flowing

Keeping Beer and Rivers Flowing

— Craft brewers speak up to advance Arizona’s water law
The Weather Station’s Stunning New Album Is Filled With Birds and Grief

The Weather Station’s Stunning New Album Is Filled With Birds and Grief

— On “Ignorance,” Tamara Lindeman infuses catchy pop tunes with the angst of watching climate change disrupt the natural world.
Audubon-Supported Legislation Benefits Birds and Water Rights Holders in Arizona

Audubon-Supported Legislation Benefits Birds and Water Rights Holders in Arizona

— New law encourages wise water use and will leave more water in rivers.
Remembering Gonzalo Cardona, Protector of the Yellow-eared Parrot

Remembering Gonzalo Cardona, Protector of the Yellow-eared Parrot

— The Colombian conservationist was murdered in January after counting the birds he helped save from extinction.
 The Interior Least Tern's Comeback Is a Model Conservation Success

The Interior Least Tern's Comeback Is a Model Conservation Success

— The inland population of America’s littlest tern recently left the endangered species list. Here's how conservationists brought the birds back.