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An artistic rendition of a Wood Thrush lays flat against tea-soaked paper. Made entirely out of foraged materials found in nature.
The Aviary

The Foraged Wood Thrush

By Jessica McKenzie
July 07, 2022 — Jessica Maffia merges her artistic talents with her enthusiasm for nature in a plant-based representation of the Wood Thrush.
Illustration of a brick building with endless air conditioning units on the wall.

How Air-Conditioning Creates a Climate Conundrum

By Spoorthy Raman
July 07, 2022 — ACs will increasingly be needed for people to survive summer heat waves, but they also accelerate warming. Here's how we can break the cycle.
Thousands of cormorants launch off the Astoria-Megler Bridge over the Columbia River.

A Photographer Considers the Northwest’s Cormorant Quandary

By Andy McGlashen
July 07, 2022 — In Morgan Heim’s images, the Columbia River’s colonies of trouble-making waterbirds become as fascinating as they can be frustrating.
Press Room

Audubon Announces 2022 Audubon Photography Awards Winners

By National Audubon Society
July 07, 2022 — Premiere North American bird photography competition features stunning photos and videos from professionals, amateurs, and young people.
Poop samples are collected using a popsicle stick while a fluffy Common Tern chick sits on a scale.
From Audubon Magazine

Bird Poop: The Next Frontier of Avian Conservation

By Jenny McKee
July 07, 2022 — Far from waste, a splotch of feces contains valuable information about a bird’s diet.
Audubon Photography Awards

The 2022 Audubon Photography Awards: Winners and Honorable Mentions

By The Editors
July 07, 2022 — A fledgling raptor learning to hunt. Grouse aiming to impress. Two grebes vying for a meal. This year’s winners caught amazing moments.

The Big Tern Cheat Sheet: How to ID Four Common Species

By Hannah Waters
July 01, 2022 — In summer, North America’s four largest terns are near look-alikes. With a keen eye for detail you can tell them apart.
A sign affixed to a metal post on a beach reads "Piping Plover nesting area." The posts, connected by string, designate a restricted area.

Should I Talk to a Stranger Walking a Dog Off Leash Near Nesting Birds?

By Jenny McKee
July 01, 2022 — Experts say it depends on the situation—and your comfort level.