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Cold weather before the 120th Audubon Christmas Bird Count season (2019/2020) resulted in most lakes well frozen before the counts and w
Whether you’re looking to increase your awareness outdoors or attract more birds to your home, let this primer be your guide.
A golf course designed by teens raises awareness about Windy City bird life while creating a safe space for neighbors.
Laurie Goodrich has witnessed 35 fall raptor migrations. She shares why hawkwatching still excites her today.
Wildlife refuges, agriculture and cities face water shortages
Through hustle and vision, Atiya Wells founded a green space from unused land that serves its community's needs.
Scroll through these superb images that feature birds in all their varied glory, and find out the backstory behind each shot.
Important ecosystems for birds can also store tens of millions of tons of carbon naturally if maintained and restored.
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