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Audubon Photography Awards

The 2021 Audubon Photography Awards: Winners and Honorable Mentions

By The Editors
July 07, 2021 — The finest images and videos from this year's competition showed birdlife at its most tranquil, clever, and powerful.

How To Become a Better Bird Photographer: Advice From Audubon Photo Award Winners

By Jessica Leber
July 07, 2021 — Go from beginner to award winner by following these strategies from alumni of our annual bird photography contest.
Western Water News

Federal Action Needed to Address Disastrous Drought, Wildfires, and Ecosystem Degradation in the West

By Caitlin Wall
July 06, 2021 — With a warming climate, Audubon is pushing for action—now.

Turning Off Lights at Night Could Halve Bird Deaths On Chicago’s Lakeshore

By Corryn Wetzel
July 06, 2021 — An analysis of more than 11,000 birds struck dead by a single building's windows shows turning lights off during migration makes a big difference.

1,158 Bird Species, 7,500 Miles, 1,000 Cups of Coffee and Counting: Meet the Couple Doing the First-Ever Big Year Across Colombia

By Niky Carrera Levy and Mauricio Ossa
July 02, 2021 — As they’ve crisscrossed the country tallying and documenting birds, photographers Niky Carrera Levy and Mauricio Ossa have also discovered hundreds of untold stories of conservation heroes.

1.158 especies de aves, 7.500 millas, 1.000 tazas de café y contando: Conozca a la pareja que está haciendo el primer Big Year a través de Colombia

By Niky Carrera Levy and Mauricio Ossa
July 02, 2021 — Mientras cruzan el país contando y documentando aves, los fotógrafos Niky Carrera Levy y Mauricio Ossa también han descubierto cientos de historias de héroes anónimos de la conservación.
Snowy Egret.
Western Water News

Arizona Legislative Session Results in Funding for Audubon Priorities

By Haley Paul
July 01, 2021 — But we have a long way to go in addressing the state’s increasing water crisis, temperatures, and wildfires.
Delaware River Watershed

U.S. House Recommends Increased Funding for Delaware River Watershed for Fourth Year

By National Audubon Society
July 01, 2021 — Growing federal appropriations helps protect the iconic waterway for birds and communities.