Frank Graham Jr.

Frank Graham Jr. is a field editor for Audubon.

Articles by Frank Graham Jr.

An MBTA for the 21st Century

July 07, 2015 — Audubon played a key role in stirring sentiment for bird protection a hundred years ago—and is now working to strengthen our premier avian conservation law.

Wild Man: George Schaller recounts his adventures on the Tibetan Plateau

February 27, 2013 — The renowned field biologist tells of his quest to study the ghost-like snow leopard and the mysterious chiru in his new book.

Memories of Long-Ago Birds

January 23, 2013 — For Audubon’s field editor, these recollections enrich his birdwatching and his being

Invaders From the North: Pine Grosbeaks and Cedar and Bohemian Waxwings

December 20, 2012

Review: 'Mr. Hornaday's War'

December 11, 2012 — An early conservationist’s unusual approach to saving embattled wildlife.

In Hurricane Sandy's Wake, Vivid Memories Surface

November 04, 2012

Autumn In Focus

October 26, 2012

Listening Point

September 26, 2012

Hawaii's Silent Extinction

August 03, 2012

The Puffin Man

July 26, 2012 — A project that began modestly on a small island in Maine is today helping to save seabirds all over the world.