Get Yourself to Indiana's First National Park, Where the Birds Abound
With an upcoming festival celebrating spring migration, it’s time to explore the rare habitats and hundreds of species at Indiana Dunes.
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Why Some Women Are Skipping Out on the ‘Airbnb of Birding’
December 21, 2017 — People everywhere are taking advantage of the networking service Birding Pal—but the low-security setup can be a deterrent for female birders.
How Birding Tourism Can Support Communities and Foster Conservation
October 17, 2017 — Across Latin America and the Bahamas, Audubon works closely with locals to build sustainable ecotourism opportunities.
Want to Spice Up Your Birding Life? Go Camping
July 28, 2017 — Get to know unfamiliar bird behaviors, sounds, and species by spending entire days and nights with them. Here are a few of your options.
Want to Photograph Boreal Birds This Winter? Head to Minnesota's Sax-Zim Bog
December 21, 2016 — A winter haven for elusive northern species such as Great Gray Owls, the area is a popular destination for photographers and birders.