It took a dedicated birder to convince pharma giant Eli Lilly to use a synthetic compound instead of horseshoe crab blood in a mandatory medical test. Now, he hopes the rest of industry will follow.
Carrion is key to studying the abundance of Bald and Golden Eagles—and a bevy of other wildlife—overwintering in the Bitterroot Valley.
Virginia Rose found her passion for birds—and a new purpose in life—from the seat of her wheelchair. With Birdability, she's working to bring birding's benefits to others like her.
Today’s great diversity of tree-dwelling birds can be traced back to small ground birds that survived global forest destruction.
Providing food—for photography or simple enjoyment—can be a thorny issue. For guidance, ask yourself these three questions.
A note from Audubon President and CEO David Yarnold.
Using 3D-printed "cuckoo" eggs, researchers found that native birds will be in big trouble if the foreign nest parasites ever colonize.
With almost 300,000 acres already under its belt, the Conservation Bank will continue to preserve more land important to birds and people.
Chickadees and nuthatches also carve out nest cavities.
It’s been a week since I missed out on the Kirtland’s Warbler that strayed into Manhattan. I’m still not over it.
New research shows that many North American songbirds log extra miles to refresh their feathers before migrating.
Can the lessons learned from restoring California's Owens Lake help save other saline lakes?
Working with college STEM students, Dorceta Taylor debunks the cultural stereotypes that dominate diversity discussions.
Visit your local Audubon center, join a chapter, or help save birds with your state program.