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A Drone Crash Caused Thousands of Elegant Terns to Abandon Their Nests

By Joanna Thompson
June 11, 2021 — California wildlife managers are hoping the birds relocated to other nesting sites. Meanwhile, they are working to ensure this doesn't happen again.
Greater Sage-Grouse eating sagebrush leaves. Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies

Cutting Trees Gives Sage-Grouse Populations a Boost, Scientists Find

By Brianna Randall
June 10, 2021 — A new study in Oregon shows that removing conifers has helped the imperiled bird’s local numbers grow more quickly.

Do Birds Hide From Predators Even From Inside an Egg?

By Carolyn Cowan
June 10, 2021 — Before hatching, shorebird embryos sometimes vocalize to their parents. New research shows they can also quiet down when danger is near.

President’s Budget Confirms Support for Climate, Conservation, and Equity

By National Audubon Society
June 09, 2021 — The Biden administration is proposing increased federal investments for tackling the climate crisis, rebuilding communities, and conserving birds, wildlife, and ecosystems.

How Birders Are Boosting Their Yard Lists While They Sleep

By Jason Gregg
June 08, 2021 — Using DIY setups and free software, a growing number of community scientists are eavesdropping on nocturnal migrants flying above.

Eelgrass is the Climate-fighting Hero the Ocean Needs

By Anna Weinstein
June 08, 2021 — This seagrass provides carbon storage, feeding grounds for birds, and a refuge for sea life from more acidic waters.

It’s Time to Address Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells

By Michael Obeiter
June 08, 2021 — We can put Americans back to work, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and mitigate environmental degradation.
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Audubon Report Shows That Important Bird Habitats are Key Natural Solutions to Climate Change

By National Audubon Society
June 03, 2021 — Important ecosystems for birds can also store tens of millions of tons of carbon naturally if maintained and restored.