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Snowy Owl Shootings Cease

New York area airports pledge to trap and release rare birds visiting from the Arctic. 
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Audubon 2013 Gift Guide for Bird Lovers

An array of presents sure to delight any avian enthusiast.
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11 Reasons the Christmas Bird Count Rocks

The world’s longest-running citizen science project is a boon for bird conservation.
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Audubon Magazine

New Rule Is a Win for Wind, Blows for Eagles

The government will grant permits allowing the industry to harm or kill the raptors for 30 years.
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Audubon Magazine

What's Greener: A Real Christmas Tree or Long-lived Plastic?

You better go sharpen the ax. 
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Audubon Magazine

Documentary to Explore Peculiar, Inspiring World of the Federal Duck Stamp Contest

A glimpse inside the only federally mandated, judged art competition.
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Audubon Magazine

Notes from a Snowy Owl Invasion

The majestic birds of the far north are traveling as far south as Bermuda.
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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

Duke Energy to Pay $1 Million for Bird Deaths at Wind Facilities

U.S. government issues the first criminal sentence for killing protected birds at turbine farms.
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Audubon Magazine

Chicken Coop Cop Car

A French artist turned an old cop car into a chicken coop.
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Audubon Magazine

Wild Staten Island Turkeys Everywhere

A population of wild, roving turkeys has Staten Island in a flap.
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Audubon Magazine

Record Crowds Flock to See Ancient, Tiny Bird

‘Goldfinch’ painting draws visitors to normally sleepy New York City museum.  
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Audubon Magazine

Question: Do Birds Have Belly Buttons?

You may be surprised by the answer.
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Audubon Magazine

When Emus Invade

The large, flightless birds have taken over an Australian town, and they're hungry.
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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

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

15 Facts About Raptors

Random and amazing tidbits about birds of prey.
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Birdlife Can Recover in Fragmented Amazon, But It Takes Decades

As humans continue to clear rainforest, there are some hopeful findings.
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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

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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Audubon Magazine

Japanese Cafés Use Live Owls to Attract Customers

First there were cat cafés, now people are flocking to owl coffee shops.
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Audubon Magazine

A Bat With a Listening Horn

Unfurling leaves act as hearing aids for the Spix's disc-winged bat.
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Audubon Magazine

Pigeons Follow Their Noses Home

Homing pigeons use scents carried on the breeze to navigate.
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Audubon Magazine

Arctic Reindeers’ Eyes Change Colors with the Seasons

Why reindeers’ eyeballs are gold in the summer, blue in winter.
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Audubon Magazine

Attention Scorpions: Don’t Mess with This Murderous, Cannibalistic Mouse

Toxic stings don’t faze a rodent from chomping down on its favorite snack.
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Audubon Magazine

Follow Hudson Bay’s Polar Bears Live [Web Cam]

Cameras reveal how Canada's polar bears fare while waiting for winter's ice.
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Audubon Magazine

Stunning Photos of the Natural World—Taken Through a Microscope

Weird and beautiful photos from Nikon's Small World competition.  
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Audubon Magazine

Protective Vests Help Chickens Cross the Road

Chickens can now safely cross the street.
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