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Maria and Robert speak with a customer over the phone in their brightly green-colored bird seed store.

The Birdseed Business Boomed During the Pandemic. Can That Energy Carry the Industry Into a New Era?

By Kevin Dupzyk
April 01, 2023 — The past three years saw interest in feeding birds explode, with a surge of people joining the ranks and products—including eco-friendly and organic options—flying off the shelves.
Letter From the Editor

Lost and Found

By Jennifer Bogo
March 31, 2023 — Going in search of unfamiliar birds can be thrilling, but so can discovering the ones there all along.
Audubon View

A Roadmap for the Future

By Elizabeth Gray
March 31, 2023 — Our bold strategic plan will achieve new levels of impact for birds, people, and the planet.
Press Room

New Public Lands Proposal Will Balance Development With Conservation

By National Audubon Society
March 30, 2023 — The draft rule from the Bureau of Land Management will deliver on the agency’s responsibilities to sustain the health of public lands.
Field Notes

Yes, Birding Does Change Your Brain

By Joanna Thompson
March 29, 2023 — Neuroscientists puzzling over how human memory and learning function often turn to birdwatchers to connect the dots.
An American Kestrel with green ink on its' left shoulder to help scientists identify it.

What Is Causing the Perplexing Decline of the American Kestrel?

By Jillian Mock
March 29, 2023 — Although still common, these much-loved falcons continue to disappear from North American skies. Scientists are racing to understand why.
A woodpecker stuck to a glue trap with several bugs. Its wings are splayed out stuck to the paper with many feathers ripped out.

Meant to Catch Spotted Lanternflies, Glue Traps Are a Horrifying Hazard for Birds

By Alice Sun
March 29, 2023 — Wildlife rehabilitators, unable to save many victims, are urging the public to choose bird-safe methods of managing the invasive insects.

Bird Nests Tell Extraordinary Stories, If You Learn How to Read Them

By Casey McFarland
March 29, 2023 — Casey McFarland, author of “Peterson Field Guide to North American Bird Nests,” describes how paying attention to nests can improve your birding.