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The severe drought pummeling the West and the Great Plains is one key reason for an expected spike in the cost of popular bird foods.
Also this month: Is fall really the hardest season for identifying birds? Kenn Kaufman doesn't think so.
Pioneering scientist Meg Lowman’s new memoir, "The Arbornaut," details her career studying biodiversity in the tree canopy.
And while we’re at it, we should change its name to Jack Pine Warbler.
This funding is crucial in the efforts to protect biodiversity and in the fight to slow climate change.
From holding their own funerals to their penchant for maintaining grudges, this is one fascinating corvid.
A personal take on Audubon’s work to make the arid West more livable for people and birds.
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