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It’s the Moment of Truth for Saving the Northern Spotted Owl

By Ashley Braun
September 20, 2022 — Preventing the Pacific Northwest icon’s extinction calls for aggressive intervention, including killing another owl species. Will we act fast enough?
A group of nine people stand in front of a small wooden building surrounded by forest on a sunny day.
Field Notes

Who Runs the Forest? Increasingly, in the Southeast, It’s Women

By Alex Tey
September 20, 2022 — New groups are cultivating communities of women who manage their trees with economic and ecosystem sustainability in mind.
An oil painting of a brightly-colored Western Tanager, modeled after clay, crossing a rocky expanse.
The Aviary

The Western Tanager of Tomorrow

By Jessica McKenzie
September 19, 2022 — George Boorujy’s evocative artwork depicts a colorful migratory songbird in a climate-devastated future.
A small path cuts by a small library of books in a green, quiet meadow.

These Native Meadows in Motown Aim to Boost Birdlife and Neighbors’ Well-Being

By Allison Torres Burtka
September 19, 2022 — Detroit Bird City breathes new life into dormant parks, creating havens for residents and avian visitors.
Field Notes

From Ground to Orbit, Space Industry’s Lift-Off Sparks Environmental Concerns

By Jessica Leber
September 19, 2022 — As more rockets take flight, how will we protect life at home?
 An aerial view, looking straight down, of bleached white cedars that are dead from flooding.

How New Jersey Plans to Relocate Flooded ‘Ghost Forests’ Inland

By Jared Brey
September 19, 2022 — A $20 million cedar restoration project in the state’s Pine Barrens shows how people can help vanishing habitats outpace sea-level rise.
Greening the Grid

This Little-Known Electricity Agency Could Give Renewable Energy the Push It Needs

By Susan Cosier
September 16, 2022 — State public utility commissions have the power to reduce carbon emissions and address climate change. Some have already begun.

Aerial Odysseys: Bird Migration in the Americas

September 15, 2022 — Every spring and fall, billions of migratory birds make journeys that test the limits of their endurance and present myriad challenges.