Climate

Audubon Magazine

Penguins Offer Insight Into Climate Change

Seeking answers about our warming planet from Adélies living at the earth’s extremes.
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courtesy of Greyson Orlando

Sunrise, July 23, 2008. The clouds are the part of the long arm of Hurricane Dolly that first hit Houston, which experienced mild rains afterward. The birds are coastal birds flying away from the hurricane, as many were that morning.

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Sunny Days Ahead

College teams from across the country and around the globe recently traveled to Washington to see who could build the most affordable, energy-efficient, and attractive solar-powered home. 
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Windfall

If ever there was a time to get off of oil and plug into offshore wind power, it is now, argues Mike Tidwell, a clean-energy activist and veteran journalist with deep roots in the bayou.
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The Long View

Isle Royale National Park draws visitors who like nature rugged and remote. It’s also the site of the longest-running study ever of a predator and its primary prey—even as global warming shows signs of upsetting the natural balance.
Type: Magazine_article | From: Audubon Magazine
Diane Cook & Len Jenshel

Below the surface, the tangle of red mangrove roots functions as a protective nursery for scores of juvenile fish species, from Goliath groupers to barracudas, as well as a platform of oysters and other shellfish.

Larry Schwarm

Smoke billows from a 2006 blaze in Lyon County, Kansas.

Larry Schwarm

A wall of fire crests a hill along Bloody Creek Road in Chase County, Kansas.

A map for the proposed Gateway West project.

The Common Loon has some of the highest mercury levels of any animal on earth.