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Bipartisan Effort Would Give Birds and People “Refuge” in Southern California

By Lander Karath
September 14, 2022 — Introduction of Western Riverside Act demonstrates a future path for National Wildlife Refuge System.

Wild Cockatoos and Humans Compete for a Rubbish Prize in a Potential ‘Arms Race’

By Margo Rosenbaum
September 13, 2022 — Sulfur-crested Cockatoos in eastern Australia have learned to open trash cans. Their human neighbors are fighting back.
Press Room

As Historic Climate Legislation is Celebrated, Opportunities and Challenges Lie Ahead

By National Audubon Society
September 13, 2022 — The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act was celebrated at a White House ceremony, but the fight for an equitable solution to the climate crisis continues.
An orange bird with a dark blue stripe through its eye and a large head and beak perches on a branch in an indoor facility.

The Guam Kingfisher Could Soon Return to the Wild After a 30-Year Absence

By Jenny McKee
September 09, 2022 — Extinct on its native island since the late 1980s, the endangered bird may fly free as soon as 2023—but not on Guam.
Migratory Bird Initiative

To Protect Broad-winged Hawks, We First Need to Know Where They Migrate

By Chad Witko
September 07, 2022 — Researchers Laurie Goodrich and Rebecca McCabe are demystifying the long journeys of these migratory raptors to better inform conservation efforts.
Migratory Bird Initiative

How Birds Canada Plays An Important Role In Understanding Wildlife Movements

By William DeLuca
September 06, 2022 — The organization's ever-growing Motus Wildlife Tracking System provides key data for migratory bird conservation.
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.