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In its first five years, Audubon’s coastal banding programs reveal the importance of conservation across the bird’s range.
After a 74-year absence, this summer a pair of Peregrines raised three chicks at New York's Taughannock Gorge—a hallowed destination for birders and the site of the falcon's first reintroduction attempt.
In response to growing calls, the American Ornithological Society recently renamed the bird the Thick-billed Longspur. That's not enough for critics.
As Audubon's government affairs coordinator emerges as a leading voice for equity and inclusion, he reflects on the barometers of racial progress.
After 76 days on the road, the Harvard ornithology professor shares highs—and lows—from his epic trek while relaxing at a seaside hotel.
The Senate Special Committee on the Climate Crisis calls for natural infrastructure solutions to buffer our coasts.