Poorer neighborhoods often harbor less quality green space and a lower diversity of birds—an inequity that the pandemic makes hard to ignore.
Also this month: How did the Harris's Sparrow get its name? And what's the difference between a beak and a bill?
Margaret Atwood, Omar El Akkad, Delia Owens, and five other authors are here to help.
Sometimes it pays to blend in.
This summer was supposed to be the last chance to study nesting birds before oil development began. Now even those plans are hazy.
Scientists have been dealing with fragmentary data for years and have many tools to deal with it.
A photographer never imagined he'd spend so much time in his yard. Now he sees beauty in the familiar.
To salvage invaluable insights from moldering notebooks, scientists are painstakingly compiling and digitizing decades-old data.
It took a pandemic for me to see what my mother had been trying to show me my whole life.
Spread the joy of birds—and native plants—at your next friendly gathering or weekly meeting.
Audubon backed 8 wins before many western legislative sessions ended early.
Luis Sepúlveda's death spurred Audubon's photo editor to revisit a favorite childhood book, and realize how much it has shaped her life.
A new study of captive birds found they prefer to hang out with buddies, and some individuals could even be considered social butterflies.
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