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Galapagos Journal: Tracing Darwin’s Footsteps

Inspired by the great naturalist, a modern writer keeps a Galápagos journal of her own.
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Galapagos Journal: Saving the World's Most Famous Garden of Biodiversity

We could lose many of the Galapagos' still-evolving creatures, unless we shake off our stupor and act.
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Galapagos Journal: A Quest to See a Place Untouched by Climate Change

A brush with mortality spurs a trip to the equator.
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Strangers in Your Backyard? Thank Climate Change

Over the past two decades, the cast of birds that frequent winter feeders has changed. A recent study suggests global warming may be to blame. 
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How To Cook Like Michael Pollan

The author reveals how to cut calories and carbon emissions—and you won’t even have to make a trip to the farmer’s market. 
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Audubon View: Rallying Cry

Audubon's climate report changes the American landscape of ideas.
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Food Fight: Reforming the Farm

Celebrated author Michael Pollan talks climate change, and how farming can help stop it. 
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Two Men and a Lobster Boat

Using the necessity defense, activists put climate change on trial.
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Owls Starve as Drought Drags On

Raptors and owls in Southern California, particularly at Audubon's Starr Ranch, have had an unusually bad breeding season.
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California Drought Crushes Tricolored Blackbird Population

California's dry spell is exacerbating an existing decline in the local blackbird population. 
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Mallards Feel the Heat

As the drought in California continues, Mallards and other native waterfowl have taken a hit.
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EPA's Gutsy Move to Slash Power Plant Carbon Is a Win for People and Birds

New EPA regulations would rein in carbon pollution from coal plants.
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Pulling the Plug on an Energy Project in New England

A habitat-destroying transmission line hits a wall in New Hampshire.
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Study Estimates Impact of Climate Change on Southwestern Birds

New research from the U.S. Geological Survey predicts the impact climate change will have on the habitat of seven bird species and five reptile species.
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Brighter Days for the Long-Tailed Tit

Climate change could be beneficial for at least one little woodland bird.
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Green Energy: Can We Save the Planet and Save Birds?

Wildlife-smart wind power may be as close as it gets to "green energy." But over vast swaths of America, the "smart" part is still more hot air than reality--especially when it comes to raptors.
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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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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.
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The Arctic Omnivore’s Dilemma

As the North heats up polar bears take to dining on land. 
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The Obama Administration's Big Chance to Cut Carbon

The EPA has a chance to drastically curb power plant emissions. Will it?
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What Happens When We Frack the Forest?

In Pennsylvania scientists are tracking how birds and other wildlife respond to gas development in formerly undeveloped woodlands.
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Drilling Deeper in the Gulf

The Gulf of Mexico is one of the country’s true energy hotspots. It’s also home to deep-sea organisms that are a vital link in the marine ecosystem.
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In Texas, Private Landowners Hold Their Ground

Texas is no stranger to the oil business. But with the new boom, private landowners are forcing oil and gas companies to clean up their act.
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Audubon Magazine

On The Ground In Oiltown, USA

Weld County, Colorado, has more active wells than any county in the nation. As energy development transforms the landscape, people and wildlife are acutely feeling the effects. Can industry and conservationists reach a compromise?
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Shell Shows It Can’t Ensure Safe Offshore Oil Operations in the Arctic

When it came time to prove it could safely handle an offshore spill in Alaska, the oil company flunked its own test.
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Climate Change Is Causing Some Mixed-up Wildlife

Species separated for millennia are coming into contact, and mating. The debate over what, if anything, we should do about their hybrid offspring is heating up.
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Audubon Magazine

Climate Scientists Lawyer Up

A major science assocation offers legal counseling for global warming experts who may need to defend against attacks on their research and statements.
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Audubon Magazine

The Other Pipeline

An under-the-radar project may transport Canadian crude.
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Audubon Magazine

Has the Developed World Used Up Its Share of Emissions?

Will rich countries make good on a $100 billion promise to help poorer countries adapt to climate change?
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Audubon Magazine

Climate Change Shifts Bird Migration—One Generation at a Time

Biologists unravel how warming weather causes some birds to migrate earlier.
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