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A Vicious Chemical Cycle

The EPA’s reactionary approach to pesticide approval may be a bigger issue than the chemicals themselves.
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Audubon Magazine

Tracking Wildlife from Space

Meg Crofoot is taking wildlife investigations out of this world.
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Audubon Magazine

Fishing Isn’t Just for the Birds

Scientists discover that spiders all over the world regularly catch and eat fish.
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Variety in a Caterpillar's Diet Could Spell Its Doom

New research reveals complex relationships between eating and being eaten.
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Audubon Magazine

Migratory Birds May Ferry Mosses Around the World

New study sheds light on botanical puzzle.
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Audubon Magazine

Incubating Bird Eggs Is More Complex Than You Think

New technology offers insight into egg-turning behavior.
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Audubon Magazine

How Ratites Ended Up on the No-Fly List

An extensive DNA analysis offers new insight into the evolution of flightless birds.
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Audubon Magazine

This Memorial Day, Remembering Animals That Served

Let us tell you about the birds and the bees, and other courageous creatures that answered the call of duty.
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Audubon Magazine

“Come on Over to the Dark Side,” Moth-lover Urges Birders

In the dead of night, John Pickering and fellow enthusiasts head out in search of moths.
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Mockingbird Syndrome Found in Insects

Caterpillars mimic ant noises to infiltrate their colonies.
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Audubon Magazine

Flames at Our Heels

A hiker’s harrowing experience changes the whole meaning of a walk in the woods.
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Audubon Magazine

Avian Fools’ Day: These 5 Birds Are Experts at the Game of Gotcha

For some animals, every day is April Fool's Day—because who needs an international holiday to pull one over on a fellow bird? 
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Audubon Magazine

Crows Understand Caw-se and Effect

New Caledonian crows put their intelligence on display, again.
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Audubon Magazine

Book Review: An Ocean Garden: The Secret Life of Seaweed

Vibrant portraits reveal the beautiful, diverse world of marine flora.
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Audubon Magazine

Love, Naturally

10 Amazing Ways Animals Woo a Mate
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Audubon Magazine

The Big Picture on Nature's Littlest Wonders

Company aims to make macrophotography accessible to citizen scientists and schoolchildren.
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Audubon Magazine

Excerpt: The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History

Writer Elizabeth Kolbert travels the globe investigating evidence that a mass extinction is underway.
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Audubon Magazine

A Walk Through the Winter Woods

A snowy stroll reveals some suspicious characters traveling on foot, and a secret world beneath them. 
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Audubon Magazine

Nature Photography: Objectivity, Manipulation, and Ethics

From stitching together images to baiting wildlife subjects, what's acceptable when it comes to nature photography?
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Audubon Magazine

Love Songs Can Be Deadly For Frogs

Instead of snagging a date, some amphibians are snatched up by bats.
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Audubon Magazine

7 Weird Facts About Woodpeckers

Be amazed by the bird world's red-headed rock stars.
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Audubon Magazine

Capuchin Flirt by Throwing Stones (With Video)

These female monkeys resort to drastic measures to attract a mate.
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Audubon Magazine

Frogs Freeze to Survive the Alaskan Winter

How Turning Into a Frogsicle Prevents Death
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Audubon Magazine

How Birds and Other Wildlife Responded to the Arctic Cold Blast

While animals that winter in the north are adapted to cold weather, not all escaped the deep freeze.
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Audubon Magazine

11 New Animal Discoveries

Some of the many exciting new species discovered in 2013.
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Audubon Magazine

Feathers May Yield Better and Brighter Everyday Colors

Technology could improve hues with the help of birds.
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Audubon Magazine

One Species’ Invasive Enemy May be Another’s Lunch

Some birds may be benefitting from shiny green insects.
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Audubon Magazine

Why Koalas Have Bizarrely Low-Pitched Calls

The discovery of a novel organ explains the mystery.
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Audubon Magazine

Abandoned Reptile Found at Major Airport

Chicago airport officials discovered quite a surprise, that somehow bypassed security.
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Audubon Magazine

Fish Become Fathers Postmortem

Guppies show their staying power.
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