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Saltmarsh Sparrow. Frank Lehman/Audubon Photography Awards
Delaware River Watershed

Advocates Attend Virtual “Hill Day” in Record Numbers to Champion Delaware River Watershed

By Tykee James
April 29, 2021 — Audubon leaders and coalition partners brought local voices to Capitol Hill to support clean water legislation.

Birds Gave This Photojournalist Hope in the Wake of Tragedy

By Rachel Fritts
April 29, 2021 — For Joshua McKerrow, posting daily bird photos has provided perspective and connection as he navigates trauma and grief.
White-faced Ibis. Warren-Martin Hern/Audubon Photography Awards
Western Water News

Land Transfer Secures Nevada Bird and Wildlife Habitat

By Max Malmquist
April 29, 2021 — Long-awaited Transfer of Carson Lake and Pasture to the State of Nevada Gives Birds a Boost
Common Murres. Trish Gussler/Flickr (CC BY NC ND 2.0)
Press Room

Audubon Applauds Bipartisan Legislation to Protect Seabirds’ Favorite Food

By National Audubon Society
April 29, 2021 — The Forage Fish Conservation Act will update the way that forage fish are managed federally.

Vanessa Miot Turns to South Florida Parks in Pursuit of Bird Photography

April 29, 2021 — While zooming in on South Florida's bird diversity, Miot connects her children with the natural world.

Experimental High Spring Flows in the Grand Canyon

April 28, 2021 — Demonstrated potential for creativity in future Colorado River operations
Illustration: Joe Ciardiello
Ask Kenn!

Ask Kenn Kaufman: Are Yellow Northern Cardinals Becoming More Common?

By Kenn Kaufman
April 28, 2021 — Also answered in this month's column: Why are some birds such better mimics than others?
Greater Prairie-Chicken. Ravi Hirekatur/Audubon Photography Awards

The Surprising Reason Scientists Haven't Been Able to Clone a Bird Yet

By Rachel Fritts
April 28, 2021 — Thanks to their eggs, avians are tremendously difficult to clone. But new technologies may provide a workaround for saving at-risk species.