The National Audubon Society, The Wilderness Society and Democracy Forward Submit New Legal Filing to Defend Crucial Cons
Our biggest national forest is home to species found nowhere else, but proposed logging threatens the habitat they need to survive, writes Natalie Dawson, a biologist and executive director of Audubon Alaska.
At the Quill Festival hosted by Richardson Bay Audubon Center, people enjoyed a day filled with important conservation discussions and killer ink.
Good for more than just attracting a mate, the clownish feature appears to keep the subpar fliers from overheating.
The Chinese Crested Tern was written off as extinct decades ago. Since its rediscovery in 2000, scientists have been working to ensure that Asia’s rarest seabird keeps a firm foothold in reality.
Island Scrub-Jays are acorn-planting machines. Might flying foresters be just what today's scorched Western landscapes need?
Mounting scientific evidence supporting the health benefits of the outdoors is helping shape innovations in medicine, education, and more.