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A Close Look at the Early (and Awkward) Days of Baby City Birds
July 6, 2017
— As captured by a New York City photographer and wildlife-rehab volunteer.
These Vivid Bird Photographs Nearly Fly off the Screen
October 6, 2016
— Sean Graesser's bird portraits imitate life in the style of John James Audubon.
Nine Stunning Photos of the Island at the End of the World
May 17, 2016
— Photographer and adventurer Kike Calvo documents the magnificent diversity of South America’s “Staten Island.”
April 26, 2015
— Over the past century, wildlife photography has become a bridge between art and science, thanks to a few ingenious inventions.
2015 Audubon Photography Awards Top 100
April 26, 2015
— Of the 9,000+ photos submitted, these were our judges' favorites.
Skull-binding Bird Photos
April 7, 2015
— How a retired dentist used his technical knowledge to capture incredible shots of birds.
The Gannets' Dinner Guest
March 6, 2015
— An award-winning photographer chats about getting in the water with the graceful seabirds.
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