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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.
Snow Goose. Ronan Donovan/Audubon Photography Awards
Press Room

National Audubon Society Mourns the Loss of Adam Kolton

By National Audubon Society
April 28, 2021 — Alaska Wilderness League Executive Director was a passionate advocate and beloved colleague.
Aerial view of the Donal C. O’Brien, Jr. Sanctuary and Audubon Center at Pine Island in Corolla, North Carolina. Justin Cook

Putting Wetlands to Work for Disaster Recovery

By Jessica Grannis
April 27, 2021 — Audubon's policy platform lays out the need for natural infrastructure to protect birds and people in the face of climate change.
Lotem Taylor during a hike through Glacier National Park in 2017. Moriah Taylor

Audubon Spotlight: Lotem Taylor is Everywhere in Audubon

By Dominic Arenas
April 27, 2021 — For a GIS and data analyst for Audubon’s Migratory Bird Initiative and Science team, placing yourself in context with your surroundings is what makes mapping so powerful.