Jennifer Bogo

Vice President, Creative and Editorial

As Vice President of Content, Jennifer Bogo leads the editorial and art teams that distinguish Audubon for its outstanding journalism on birds and conservation and set the high visual standard and branding for the organization writ large. In this role she serves as editor-in-chief of the quarterly Audubon magazine, which under her direction has won multiple National Magazine Awards, including Personal Service for the magazine's innovative and inspiring Climate Action Guide in 2020 and the General Excellence, Special Interest honor in 2021. She also leads the development and growth of editorial brand extensions that introduce diverse new audiences to Audubon’s work and conservation priorities, including the Audubon Photography AwardsAudubon for Kids!, and the Audubon Mural Project.

Jennifer came full circle to Audubon, and to birds, after stints extolling the virtues of robots and space probes as the science editor at Popular Mechanics and executive editor of Popular Science. Stories she edited for those publications have also won a National Magazine Award and been included in the "Best American Science Writing" and "Best American Science and Nature Writing" anthologies. She has made frequent media appearances as a science expert, and she has traveled to research stations from the Arctic to the Antarctic to report feature stories herself. Jennifer serves on the board of the Society of Environmental Journalists, which provides invaluable support and resources to journalists who report on the environment, energy, and intersecting issues across North America and globally.

Articles by Jennifer Bogo

A massive beaver lodge at the edge of a foggy pond.
Life Support
March 26, 2024 — We’ve constructed a world that caters to humans. There’s still time to learn how to share it.
A researcher holds a gray bird and attaches a geotag to its back.
An Unwavering Focus
December 04, 2023 — Birds and the scientists striving to protect them are tenacious.
Close up of a condor chick with wrinkly, bald, pink head and neck and a fluffy, gray, downy body, sitting in a wooden enclosure with a feather on the floor in the foreground.
Mixed Emotions
October 03, 2023 — Giving birds the best chance requires dedication—and a dose of resilience.
Let’s Be Real
July 11, 2023 — Not only do the best visuals look impressive; they also reflect what’s true.
Doka Nason sits beaming, surrounded by green foliage, with a trail camera displaying a photo of a rust- and black-colored bird.
Lost and Found
March 31, 2023 — Going in search of unfamiliar birds can be thrilling, but so can discovering the ones there all along.
Five bright pink Roseate Spoonbills fly across the sky.
A Familiar Ring
December 16, 2022 — Even though the themes we explore don’t always change, through our reporting we can see forward movement.
Logs pile up on the ground next to the trees that were cut down in the middle of a forest.
Seeing the Birds for the Forest
September 21, 2022 — Magazines face unprecedented challenges just getting to press, but we have our eye on the long game.
A display of natural materials, including leaves, bark, and seed pods.
No Time Like the Present
July 08, 2022 — However quickly life seems to move, it’s worth slowing down and paying attention.
An American Woodcock pokes its long bill into the brown earth beneath a shrub in a city park. Out of focus, behind the park's wrought iron fence, are pedestrians and vehicles.
Making Discoveries and Connections in a Time of Migrations
April 14, 2022 — There’s much to celebrate, and still much we need to understand.
Storm clouds darken an orange sunset over a mountain range.
The Surprises We Find In Pursuit of Truth
December 16, 2021 — Our latest issue offers a reminder that, even when we think we know where stories are going, they often take us to unexpected places.