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Birdwatching Is a Bright Spot in a Pandemic-Stricken Economy

Birdwatching Is a Bright Spot in a Pandemic-Stricken Economy

— Sales are through the roof for seed suppliers, birdhouse builders, and small businesses helping people connect with the nature in their backyards.
Marine Heatwaves Can Scatter Ocean Wildlife More Than a Thousand Miles

Marine Heatwaves Can Scatter Ocean Wildlife More Than a Thousand Miles

— A new study finds that these extreme events at sea can rapidly redistribute habitats and animals, including fish and seabirds.
Arizona’s Rivers Could Face Irreparable Harm

Arizona’s Rivers Could Face Irreparable Harm

— Working to protect waterways left behind in the wake of the White House’s Clean Water Act rollback.
Remembering Toni Morrison, the Bird Whisperer

Remembering Toni Morrison, the Bird Whisperer

— A year after Morrison’s passing, a journalist and birder reflects on how her time with the cherished author changed her relationship with birds—and with herself.
Searching for Elusive Blakiston's Fish Owls in the Ancient Forests of Primorye

Searching for Elusive Blakiston's Fish Owls in the Ancient Forests of Primorye

— Jonathan Slaght ventures into far-east Russia to locate the enormous raptors in this excerpt from his new book 'Owls of the Eastern Ice.'
Seabirds and Fisheries Get a Virtual Lift in Congress from Audubon Advocates

Seabirds and Fisheries Get a Virtual Lift in Congress from Audubon Advocates

— Grassroots members attend Audubon's annual forage fish fly-in and speak to legislators about the importance of healthy fisheries.
These Bird-Inspired Dance Albums Deliver Catchy Beats and Conservation Funding

These Bird-Inspired Dance Albums Deliver Catchy Beats and Conservation Funding

— By merging his love of nature with his talents DJing, British music producer Robin Perkins is at the forefront of a new wave of electronica.
Revealing the Past to Create the Future

Revealing the Past to Create the Future

— As Audubon deepens its commitment to antiracism, we owe members and others a full accounting and reckoning with John James Audubon himself.
The Myth of John James Audubon

The Myth of John James Audubon

— The National Audubon Society’s namesake looms large, like his celebrated bird paintings. But he also enslaved people and held white supremacist views, reflecting ethical failings that it is time to bring to the fore.
The 2020 Audubon Photography Awards: Winners

The 2020 Audubon Photography Awards: Winners

— This year's top shots delight with dazzling colors and fresh perspectives.