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From Audubon Magazine

How Tribes Are Reclaiming and Protecting Their Ancestral Lands From Coast to Coast

By Chris Aadland
December 14, 2022 — Three recent examples address historic wrongs and showcase a conservation vision guided by Indigenous values.

Top Audubon Stories of 2022: Audubon is Local Everywhere

By National Audubon Society
December 13, 2022 — Audubon protects birds, people, and the places they need to live and thrive. Here, a look back at a selection of local achievements from the last 12 months.
Mounds of stored rock salt minimize a large piece of machinery.
Field Notes

As Salt Coats Snowy Roadways In Winter, Freshwater Ecosystems Pay a Heavy Price

By Shantal Riley
December 13, 2022 — Keeping paved surfaces clear of snow and ice comes at an accumulating cost to lakes, streams, and drinking water supplies.
Field Notes

The Vibrant Colors of Hummingbirds Are More Impressive Than We’d Realized

By Marion Renault
December 13, 2022 — Scientists catalogued the hues of 114 avian species. Humans can’t see every shade, but birds can.
The Aviary

An Abundance of American Robins

By Jessica McKenzie
December 13, 2022 — Mayuko Fujino’s flock in flight celebrates a common species threatened by climate change.
Field Notes

This Artist’s Paint-Swatch Portraits Reveal the Beauty of Bird Plumage

By Marion Renault
December 13, 2022 — With time on his hands, Christopher Reiger found a colorful way to depict a rich variety of birds.
Standing in a meadow of yellow goldenrod Lang Elliot listens for bird calls with a headset on.
Field Notes

A New App Brings Birdsong Back to People With High-Frequency Hearing Loss

By Ashley Braun
December 13, 2022 — Hear Birds Again, an iPhone app, is only the latest in Lang Elliott’s long line of inventions to solve a challenge that affects more birders as they age.
Audubon Mural Project

How San Diego City College Audubon Club Found Community Through a Mural

By Maya Richard-Craven
December 09, 2022 — Inspired by the Audubon Mural Project, this summer students in an Audubon campus chapter came together to paint dozens of climate-threatened birds—each in their very own frame.