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Birds face innumerable threats in our human built environment and our glass surfaces are one of the biggest.
Making Our Built Environment Safer for Birds
Researchers could use birders' sharp eyes to help with these digital community-science projects.
On Florida's Marco Island, families of the small owls live among the locals, who keep a close eye on the birds to ensure they will always feel welcome.
Black and Say's Phoebes share much of the same territory, but they prefer very different habitats.
The appropriations bills wending through Congress will help communities and birds everywhere through increases in important programs.
Remote tools like Zoom help young conservation leaders join Audubon North Carolina to engage in advocacy.
If you find yourself losing interest in common birds, it might be time to start appreciating them in a new way.