Fishing line snares vast numbers of wildlife each year—a problem birders and outdoor groups are trying to combat.
Branching out from Chicago's South Side, Audubon Great Lakes' outdoor-education program lands in Motor City.
For photographer Ann Pacheco, the potentially trip-ruining mishap ended up being a blessing in disguise.
The Market Choice Act marks an important opportunity to advance the conversation on climate solutions.
The two-week New Roots program introduces teens to the flora and fauna of the Rockies, and answers a question oft-asked by new arrivals: Are there lions in the Boise foothills?
The NDAA provision claims that for the good of our military three species should be excluded from being designated as endangered.
Summer is a great time to watch cute chicks grow—and understand how avian survival works.
By working together, birds of many species alert others of predators long before they arrive.
A photographer in Minnesota recently captured an adorable shot of a Common Merganser followed by dozens of fuzzy babies.
Reed had an unparalleled ability to unite people on behalf of birds and the environment, and his legacy is reflected in habitats across the country, especially Florida's most special places.
Four nights after the first attack, the owl returned to Steve and Rachel’s nest despite the recent addition of lights as a deterrent.
There is a dazzling diversity of the tiny birds in the Americas, but recent discoveries trace their evolution back to Europe—where today there are no nectar-feeding species.
[UPDATED] A Great Horned Owl attack on the Hog Island nest follows two such raids last year. Since the incident, steps have been taken to deter the predator.
Visit your local Audubon center, join a chapter, or help save birds with your state program.