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‘Let’s Go Birding Together’ Creates a Dedicated Space for LGBTQ Bird Lovers
July 10, 2018
— It's more than a bird walk: It's an inclusive experience for anyone who wants to connect to birds, the natural world, and others in a positive way.
Check Out Conner Youngblood's Moving Music Video Featuring a Utah Bird Refuge
July 9, 2018
— The talented performer captures the essence of the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in this immersive ode.
From Nuisance to Nest: This Artist Makes Shelters From Fallen Limbs and Trees
July 6, 2018
— An educator and dreamer, Californian Jayson Fann perches his larger-than-life creations on the green cliffs of Big Sur and beyond.
July 6, 2018
— April SGaana Jaad White uses Northwest Coast designs to reimagine this Southeastern bird.
A Birder's Dilemma: Should You Name Your Baby After a Bird?
June 29, 2018
— As parents-to-be, The Birdist and his wife considered birdy names for their son. Here's what they decided.
What a Fateful Expedition to Alaska 100 Years Ago Can Teach Us Today
June 14, 2018
— In his new book "Tip of the Iceberg," Mark Adams explores glaciers, climate change, and a defining moment for turn-of-the-century conservation.
In ‘American Animals,’ Audubon’s Art Is a Source of Obsession, Greed, and Infamy
June 13, 2018
— To the director and one of the real-life perpetrators of the new crime film, “Birds of America” is more than just a plot point.
A Rare Copy of Audubon’s ‘Birds of America’ Heads to Auction to Benefit Conservation
June 12, 2018
— The four-volume masterpiece could raise $8-12 million, potentially setting a record value for John James Audubon's crowning achievement.
A Hat Tip to the Women Who Started Modern Bird Conservation in the U.S.
June 8, 2018
— A New York Historical Society exhibit reveals how fashion propelled one of the first great conservation movements.
The Woods Are My Safe Haven—But That's Not True for Everyone
May 31, 2018
— The hit TV show “Atlanta” offers a reminder that one black person's paradise can be another one's terror.
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