Birds

Audubon Magazine

Audubon View

Audubon and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are teaming up to protect priority bird species. 
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Audubon Magazine

Puffins: Clowns of the Sea

Whether they live along the Pacific or the Atlantic coast, puffins are unique seabirds.
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Audubon Magazine

Editor's Note

Beach battle rages on; black swifts' uncertain future; presidential candidates keep mum.
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Audubon Magazine

Cape Hatteras's Beach Birds

When parts of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore get busy, the array of shorebirds using it might as well be crossing a highway.
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Audubon Magazine

Chimney Swift Towers Go Up in Minnesota

Johnny Herr, an Eagle Scout from Minneapolis, builds bird boxes with Audubon. 
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The Unmistakable Cry of the Steller's Jay

Shipwrecked in what is now Alaska, George Wilhelm Steller named three new bird species in the 1740s.
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War Rages on Cape Hatteras

The Interior Department has pledged to put wildlife before recreation in our national parks, but on a North Carolina national seashore, it’s letting off-road vehicles run amok, imperiling birds and people.
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Audubon Magazine

Excerpt: When Women Were Birds

A renowned memoirist and conservationist reflects on Wangari Maathai, a force for  nature and social justice.
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Audubon Magazine

The Puffin Man

A project that began modestly on a small island in Maine is today helping to save seabirds all over the world.
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Audubon Magazine

Housing Development Could Threaten Arizona’s San Pedro River

Development could pull water from a critical migratory bird stopover site.
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A Mail Ma'am's Mission to Protect Bluebirds

A Virginia letter carrier has turned her route into a haven for nesting eastern bluebirds.
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Audubon Magazine

DIY: Build a Bluebird Box

With a few tools and materials, you can make a home for bluebirds in your backyard. 
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Audubon Magazine

Freeze Frame: Gray Catbird, Caught In the Act

A gray catbird makes a surprise appearance during a Baltimore oriole photo shoot. 
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Audubon Magazine

Talking Birds With Jane Alexander

For this Tony-winning actress, avian conservation is a big part of being a birder.  
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Audubon Magazine

Making Airspace for Birds and Planes

When birds and aircraft collide, it can be disastrous. Fortunately, a combination of common sense, cutting-edge technology, and a bit of bird knowledge is making the skies safer for all.  
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Audubon Magazine

Bird Dad Awards: The Innovative, the Endearing, and the Less-Than-Admirable

These guys employ many different strategies for raising their young.
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Audubon Magazine

Audubon View

If Shell Oil has its way and drilling proceeds in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas, rich bird habitat and nurseries could suffer the consequences of a spill.
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Audubon Magazine

Art Aims to Protect Birds from Glass

College students design films to prevent birds from crashing into windows.
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Birds that Perish During Migration are the Stuff of Education

The fate of migrating birds a century ago can teach us plenty right now.
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Audubon Magazine

Audubon View

Major wind developers have pledged to voluntarily incorporate bird-friendly guidelines in the construction of new wind energy projects and to modify existing turbines. 
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Audubon Magazine

Small Miracles: The Wonder of Birds' Nests

They’re intricate, involved creations, built of everything from mud and twigs to nails and window screens. Here’s a look at birds’ nests like you’ve never seen these miniature masterpieces before.
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The Amazing Diversity of Pigeons

Studying pigeon genetics could offer insight into how various traits have evolved in wild birds. 
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Birding by Zipline

Clipping into a zipline and flying through the canopy of a West Virginia hardwood forest gives thrill seekers a decidedly different perspective on their favorite birds. 
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Connecting the Dots Along Migratory Flyways

The dawn of a new era in ornithology is revealing the secrets of many species’ migratory journeys in astonishing detail. Here are some of the latest endeavors.
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Rules to Sing By

Unraveling the mysteries of bird duets in Puerto Rico's mountainous rainforests.
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Taking Flight With Raptors

Parahawking, a sport that combines paragliding and falconry, is drawing adventurers and fostering a new breed of conservationist. 
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How to Find Owls: A Crash Course in Montana

An amateur birder learns how to locate owls, using scientific techniques. 
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Audubon's Legacy: Where It All Began

On a farm in rural Pennsylvania, John James Audubon first glimpsed the curious birds of the New World that would become his lifelong passion. Now the Audubon Center at Mill Grove shares his home and his artistry with the conservation movement he continues to inspire.
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Audubon Magazine

One Man Sets Out to Make El Salvador a Birding Destination

One overlooked Central American country could draw birders with the help of an avian crusader.
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Audubon Magazine

Controlling Pests With Birds

Birds provide valuable ecosystem services, defending crops, such as grapes and coffee, from insects.
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