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In Drought-Stricken California, Assessing the Damage Done

The state’s worst drought in 500 years poses a danger to migrating bird species.
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Ptarmigan May Be Tops in Adapting to Winter Weather

Only one bird genus molts into all-white feathers each year.
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Love, Naturally

10 Amazing Ways Animals Woo a Mate
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The Big Picture on Nature's Littlest Wonders

Company aims to make macrophotography accessible to citizen scientists and schoolchildren.
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Hundreds of Millions of Birds Killed Annually from Building Collisions

Certain species are at greater risk, new study finds.
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Scientists Find the Key to a City Bird’s Hue

A pigeon’s style is determined by three genes.
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Farm Bill Will Yield Benefits to Birds and Other Wildlife

Conservationists say the long-stalled legislation contains a number of victories.
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Wondering How to Identify a Bird? There’s An App For That.

New Merlin app identifies birds in five simple questions.
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Eye-opening New Research Helps Us Understand How Birds Communicate

One species of bird is proving that eyes provide not only a window to the soul, but also an effective means of warding off unwelcome nest competitors.
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Shell Scraps Plans to Drill in Arctic Waters in 2014

Legal obstacles and financial troubles compel the oil company to abandon exploration this summer, and possibly for good.
Type: Magazine_article | From: Audubon Magazine