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A person wearing a baseball cap and glasses stands in a birding blind. Trees are visible through the windows in the background.

Bird Warde Wants to Introduce You to Your Next Favorite Animal

By Gabrielle Saleh
September 02, 2022 — We spoke with the illustrator who created Audubon’s 2022 Let’s Go Birding Together design about art, inspiration, and the joy of discovery.
A woman holds an iPad up to a boy in a wheelchair on a path in a forest and two other people look at another iPad in the background. The iPad shows an image of a Douglas Fir tree.

How Wifi Binoculars Could Help Make Birding and Nature More Accessible

By Ashley Braun
September 01, 2022 — On a recent outing with Seattle’s Seward Park Audubon Center, a small group put the technology to the test, with promising but mixed results.
Ross's Geese and Snow Geese
Boreal Forests

Land Worth Protecting

By James Fox and Dr. Christian Artuso.
September 01, 2022 — Indigenous-led efforts are keeping bird habitat safe in Manitoba
An aerial view of a hurricane as seen from space.

How Bird Researchers Are Tracking the Impacts of Intensifying Hurricane Seasons

By Jason Gregg
August 31, 2022 — As climate change fuels stronger storms, scientists are using emerging technology and crowdsourcing data to understand their avian toll.
Boreal Forests

New Tracking Tower Reveals 2,000-mile Shorebird Connection

August 26, 2022 — With migration in full swing, three radio-tagged dowitchers make the same journey to Audubon sanctuary.

How the ‘Elevator Music of Birding’ Became My New Favorite Tune

By Rebecca Heisman
August 25, 2022 — After the Merlin Bird ID app helped me discover the Warbling Vireo, its song now feels like a secret message meant just for me.
Migratory Bird Initiative

The Flammulated Owl Is a Small Raptor Facing Big Threats

By Chad Witko
August 22, 2022 — Scott Yanco’s research on the migration and ecology of this reclusive owl can give the bird a fighting chance.