The amount of plastic trash ending up in the birds' nests appears to be increasing—with dangerous and deadly results.
Birds are among the first to know when it gets harder to breathe. But there's little research on how they're affected and how many die.
By now you should have a field guide (or four) on your phone, so mix up your experience with some new options.
As the former head of the EPA’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance, Cynthia Giles knows how the office’s proposed budget cuts—totaling more than $125 million—could let major polluters off the hook.
With Matt Hepler’s help, Appalachians are leading investigations, lawsuits, and economic ventures to reclaim neglected lands and tainted waters. The White House seems determined to get in their way.
Placing the native honeycreeper under federal protection marks what scientists hope will be the beginning of a long road to recovery.
Children are curious, imaginative, and resourceful. By nurturing those traits, you can turn them into young birders, too.
A leaked memo shows the Interior Secretary wants to shrink four western monuments and overhaul management of six others.
It's all about that toe strength.
Some tips and games from Audubon experts.
Created by a software designer with help from ornithologists, NestStory brings collecting bird data into the digital age
Mike Cherkiss tracks Florida's crocodiles as part of a $6 million program that evaluates the $16 billion devoted to Everglades restoration. Trump's proposed budget would gut the program's funding.
Profiles of people, places, wildlife, and conservation programs threatened by federal budget cuts and environmental policy rollbacks. A new story series by Audubon.
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