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Earth Almanac

Beyond Donner and Blitzen; decking the woods; a partridge in an...apple tree?
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Audubon Magazine

How Do Elephants "Talk" to Each Other?

Unlocking the secrets behind elephant communication. 
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Audubon Magazine

Sloths Like Chocolate

Shade-grown crops like cacao are a boon for sloths.
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Audubon Magazine

Young Gorillas Outwit Poachers

A pair of wild gorillas dismantle a hunter's snare.
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Audubon Magazine

A Kitschy New Book and Video Take Audiences On Safari

A new twist on an old technology brings Africa's wildlife to you. 
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Audubon Magazine

Mosquitoes Ride the Rain

Unlike some other fliers, these insects don't dodge the drops.
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Audubon Magazine

Earth Almanac

Nature's walking stick; when a royal becomes a ragamuffin; a ubiquitous but rare species; mourning glory; more. 
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Audubon Magazine

Faux Feathers: Incredible Hunk of Hematite Mimics Bird Wing

An arresting photograph blurs the lines between animal and mineral. 
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Audubon Magazine

Review: What a Plant Knows

An intriguing look at how plants experience the world. 
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Audubon Magazine

Earth Almanac

Sweet summer treats; early retirement; world’s best web designer and world’s smallest owl; more.
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Audubon Magazine

Chasing Dragonflies and Damselflies

Birding and butterflying have long been popular. With the advent of easy-to-use field guides and common, colorful names like neon skimmer and thornbush dasher, the pursuit of dragonflies and damselflies is finally taking off. 
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Audubon Magazine

How to Identify a Dragonfly

Explore the wondrous world of dragonflies and damselflies with these informative field guides.
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Audubon Magazine

Dead Whales Make for an Underwater Feast

When whales decay the seafloor, their enormous carcasses give life to mysterious worlds inhabited by an assortment of bizarre creatures.
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Audubon Magazine

Earth Almanac

One tough little warbler; ten-inch terrors; a ticklish beetle; the march of avocets; sky-high sheep; and more. 
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Audubon Magazine

Mountain Men: A Father-Son Backpacking Journey

In the Appalachians of Virginia, a first father-son backpacking trip reveals panoramic vistas and glimpses of discoveries yet to come.
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Audubon Magazine

Death of a Giraffe

One enormous ruminant sustains a bevy of life, from lions and vultures to dung beetles and grass. 
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Audubon Magazine

Phony Wildlife Photography Gives a Warped View of Nature

The dark side of those wondrous wildlife photographs. 
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Audubon Magazine

Ten Fun Facts About Smell

From great white sharks to cockroaches, an organism's sense of smell can be indispensable. 
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Audubon Magazine

Return of the Wolf

An intimate look at the reintroduction of Yellowstone’s top predator.
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Audubon Magazine

The Pacific Northwest's Underwater Wilderness

The rich and murky undersea world off the Pacific Northwest inspires a photographer to endure freezing waters to shoot dazzling creatures.
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Audubon Magazine

The Fine Art of Bonsai

A podiatrist-turned-photographer finds elegance in an ancient horticultural art. 
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Audubon Magazine

Inmates Take Up Organic Gardening

Gardening behind bars offers prisoners fresh chances.
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Audubon Magazine

Sound Check: Deciphering the Mysterious Calls of Animals, from Birds to Belugas

A new book looks at the fascinating world of animal voices, and the insight they might provide into human communication.
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Audubon Magazine

Everglades Pythons Exhibit New Behaviors

Despite new regulations, snakes in Florida continue to cause destruction.
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Audubon Magazine

The Staying Power of Snapping Turtles

Sure, snapping turtles are sometimes irascible and always prehistoric-looking. But these relics, which have been around for 90 million years, are the ultimate survivors.
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Audubon Magazine

Video: The Art of Okeechobee

Katherine Wolkoff on how she captured the stunning waterway.
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Audubon Magazine

Earth Almanac

Our cottontail; ode to a devil's urn; more. 
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Audubon Magazine

No More Monsters: The Species Seeking Era

A frenzied epoch of exploration spanning less than 200 years saw intrepid adventurers traveling the globe in search of new creatures, challenging notions about what it means to be human.
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Audubon Magazine

Ten Fun Facts About Algae

Algae can power planes, churn out—and eat up—oxygen, grow to hundreds of feet, and more.
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Audubon Magazine

Win a Copy of 'Relics': A Gorgeous New Photo Book About Creatures That Have Existed for Millennia

Scientist and photographer Piotr Naskrecki reveals the traces of the ancient earth hidden all around us.
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