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The New York Times cooking scribe has renewed a childhood passion—and struggled with bird-feeder befuddlement—at home during the pandemic.
To mitigate water diversion projects, state agencies pledge to restore wetlands that birds and fish use. But these projects can take so long to come to fruition that they are sometimes 'double counted.'
Efforts to save Regent Honeyeaters seem to be working, but scientists and Aboriginal conservationists are on edge as another bushfire season begins.
In 1918, an avian flu virus became a devastating human contagion. Scientist studying shorebirds and waterfowl are hoping they can foresee such events and possibly even prevent them.
Birds need them. People love them. But without more money, these vital sanctuaries can't serve wildlife or the public like they're supposed to.
In Texas, Audubon nature centers had to re-invent their engagement strategies to reach the communities around them, and found a whole new audience in the process.
From scavenger hunts to a seasonal calendar and a technique called cyanotype, there are so many ways to get creative.