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In June, the U.S. House passed a series of spending bills with numerous wins for birds.
We are facing a historic conservation crisis for birds and other wildlife.
Returning to her roots, illustrator Melinda Beck gives new life to the waterfowl’s stunning plumage.
Despite extensive efforts, nobody had ever definitively documented the pollination of the ghost orchid, a mysterious plant that grows in the towering trees of the Everglades—until now.
A new Audubon report identifies the species most vulnerable to climate change and the places they need as temperatures rise.
Turn your love of birds into a powerful force of good.
If images only show avian species, you’re leaving out the bigger picture.
Introducing two new prizes this year, Audubon celebrates more winners than ever before.