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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.
Explore how North American birds are responding to climate change by participating in Climate Watch. Here's how to get started.
Here are the resources and tools you need to participate in Climate Watch in your area.
Investment signals continued commitment to bipartisan advocacy for birds and people.
Landscape-scale projects—some funded by oil spill fines—are needed to tackle the ecosystem's massive challenges.
Audubon magazine asked four writers to contemplate what has and hasn't changed in the aftermath of the Gulf catastrophe.
A crisis can affect everyone in some way, but we must look out for those who are most vulnerable.
The spill was a wake-up call to the world about the risks to coastal economies and habitats.
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