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.
Scientists are finally unraveling a 100-year-old mystery about the Phainopepla's unusual nesting behaviors.
With more than 350 species, the world's parrots really do come in all shapes and sizes.
The lanky wader flew nonstop over the open ocean from Canada to Florida in just 38 hours. Now she's living that island life.
The deaths, including many Short-tailed Shearwaters, coincided with a new marine heat wave in the region. But the exact cause still eludes scientists.
We can't merely cut emissions to preserve a livable planet. We'll have to invent technologies to take back the carbon we've already released.
Using a zoom tool, you can peruse the photos of Audubon members that make up this image of a Great Gray Owl.
We dedicated our entire fall issue to tackling the challenge of climate change, because humanity has no other choice.
Global warming poses an existential threat to two-thirds of North American bird species—but there's still time to protect them. Audubon's new climate report says we have to act now.
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.
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