Bilingual birding can offer a deeper understanding of the species we seek, while also helping to bridge communities across the Americas.
Twenty-six youth apprentices painted the murals of climate-threatened birds on the walls of a local playground.
Birds like Roseate Spoonbills and Burrowing Owls are ending up in the stomachs of hungry pythons and nile monitors. Is it too late to stop them?
If approved, the Trump administration's plan would weaken the law in a number of ways, including stripping protections for birds on the brink.
Shorter comment periods. Fewer public meetings. Lost comments. Federal agencies are making it more difficult for citizens to weigh in on environmental rules and actions.
The first results show that eight rare birds are goners. Conservationists hope they can use the science to focus on species with a chance of survival.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund protects habitat critical for birds and beloved by birders. Just days before it expires, lawmakers are working together to extend it permanently.
From an anxious pigeon to philosophical sparrows, birds star in several popular Instagram comics that explore life's ups and downs.
Only found in Cuba, these birds lay their eggs in nests the size of a quarter.
Local and international experts have spent more than a decade stabilizing the bird’s declining population. Now, new dams could erase their success.
BirdCast can accurately forecast the biggest migration movements days in advance. This is good news for birds and birders alike.
Want to see a Black Swift? Ignore TLC’s advice and go chasing waterfalls.
Updates from the field as Audubon staff and partners prepare for landfall and assess the storm's damage.
Membership benefits include one year of Audubon magazine and the latest on birds and their habitats. Your support helps secure a future for birds at risk.