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Play a classic game of “I Spy,” with a twist. Look for plants and animals inside and outside the home.
Kids make a seed-starting pot out of paper, then plant seeds, see them sprout, and transplant them to a bigger pot or the ground.
Looking for a way to connect with Audubon and others? Join one of these virtual events.
From bird art to bird music, hummingbirds to owls, bird migration to environmental justice, and much, much more, tune into I Saw A Bird!
During the coronavirus crisis, families are discovering their avian neighbors and nurturing the next generation of nature lovers.
Historic measure commits New Orleans to a zero-carbon energy portfolio by 2050, phasing out fossil fuels.
You'll see more than Sandhill Cranes if you spend some time with this webcam.
Audubon for Kids is a new hub, to be updated each week with a new theme, for child-friendly activities that can be done from home or in a yard or park.
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