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The head of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Migratory Bird Program talks with Audubon about changes in the birding world.
A Black man from Virginia, Gilbert took thousands of photographs for William Brewster—but his contributions have mostly been lost to history.
As Couttee approaches the end of her year-long Dangermond GIS fellowship, she plans to continue empowering local communities everywhere.
National resolution recognizes native plants that help birds, pollinators and other wildlife to thrive.
Prioritizing the reduction of harmful emissions and investing in healthy ecosystems while revitalizing the economy will help the country and environment rebuild and recover.
In this month's column, Kenn shares his "four Ls" philosophy for birding. Plus, do birds that live in flocks have a higher chance of survival?