For the first time, researchers have estimated the volume of total avian loss in the Western Hemisphere—and it’s not just threatened species that are declining. Many backyard favorites are also losing ground.
A new study on wild sparrows found that one of the most widely used neonicotinoid pesticides puts bird populations at risk.
In his twenties the ornithologist had an audacious idea: to restore puffins to the Maine coast. Upon his retirement he reflects on how he pulled it off.
With the federal government failing to act, many states and cities are taking it upon themselves to cut emissions and increase resiliency.
Artist Jenny Kendler creates a birds’ eye view of climate change. In her artwork, it’s us they’re watching.
Scientists are in a race to bring the Puerto Rican Sharp-shinned Hawk back from the edge of extinction, one hand-reared chick at a time.
Audubon got an exclusive look at five new bird cards and talked with the game's creator about its first expansion, due next month.
Feathery feet help ptarmigans travel on top of the snow during winter.
Also this month: What happens when a bird gets lost? And what was the most recent newly discovered bird in the U.S.?
The documentary “Birders” showcases the spectacle of fall migration while exploring the concerns of conservationists on both sides of the Rio Grande.
You're not going to get the shot you want without putting birds at risk.
The Red-necked Phalarope twirls itself on the water’s surface to draw in tiny crustaceans and other critters.
In an open letter, researchers say federal agencies are not getting the funding they need to enforce the Endangered Species Act and address the larger biodiversity crisis.
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