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Inside Reality Star Spencer Pratt’s Hummingbird Empire
April 9, 2018
— Almost a decade after “The Hills,” the Los Angeles native has found a new fan base in the hundreds of hummers that visit his decked-out home.
Sirens of Greek Myth Were Bird-Women, Not Mermaids
April 6, 2018
— A new translation of Homer’s Odyssey corrects the record: The Sirens' seductive power lies with their otherworldly, avian knowledge.
Reimagining John James Audubon’s Painted Bunting
March 23, 2018
— Artist Keith Negley adds imaginative flourishes to an exquisite pair of birds.
Ten of the Best Podcasts About Birds
March 16, 2018
— So you can get your birding fill, even when you can't get outside.
After 96 Years, Betty Reid Soskin Is Still As Fierce As Ever
February 23, 2018
— In her new memoir, 'Sign My Name to Freedom,' the activist, pioneer, and National Park Service ranger reflects on the many lives she’s lived.
John James Audubon Made a Mardi Gras Appearance
February 22, 2018
— The Rex parade, New Orleans’ oldest Mardi Gras parade, featured the naturalist in a celebration of the city’s history.
An Endangered Bird's Story, Told Through the Art of Dance
January 22, 2018
— In its U.S. debut, ‘Soaring Wings’ brings the plight of the Crested Ibis to life, without shedding the evocative power of ballet.
How to Live With Bird Poop
January 18, 2018
— It might be harmful for your car's paint, but truth is, the world needs it.
This Show Used a Robot Chick to Infiltrate a Hornbill Nest
January 3, 2018
— The producer of the PBS series 'Spy in the Wild' shares with Audubon how his team captured the rare and intimate footage.
Reimagining the Pileated Woodpecker
December 14, 2017
— Illustrator Stephen Kroninger's interpretation loses a bird but gains a glossy string of pearls.
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