In a New York Times op-ed, Jim Minick outlines the many ways lead threatens public safety and the sanctity of birds.
In Honduras, species are migrating upslope to escape deforestation and climate change, illustrating a global trend. But space isn't infinite.
Charles Kellogg advocated for California's redwood forests to crowds across the country—while warbling from a giant tree-mobile.
As colder weather sets in, some small birds form mixed flocks to increase their chances of survival.
An analysis of campaign spending on I-1631 finds a $15-million grassroots effort up against $31 million of out-of-state oil money.
Hint: They aren't all owls.
Surrounded by native plants, a 24-foot-tall tower, the first of its kind in Georgia, stands as a beacon in the fight to reverse the species' decline.
Listen closely . . .
More than 50 years after the first sighting, the best explanation for the infamous cryptid might be a nocturnal bird of prey. Audubon investigates.
Instead of rebooting your backcountry skills every fall, just redirect them from birds to bucks.
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