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Chernobyl’s Radiation Seems to Be Robbing Birds of Their Sperm

New study could shed light on how nuclear disasters affect birds.
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Audubon Magazine

Summer Reading: Great Books for Birders and Nature Lovers

This year’s book list includes climate-change thrillers, sweet love stories, captivating adventure tales, and more.
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Audubon Magazine

Drones Take Off as Wildlife Conservation Tool

UAVs are poised to revolutionize ecology and even save scientists’ lives.
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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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Audubon Magazine

A Gazillion Reasons Migratory Birds Rock

In honor of International Migratory Bird Day this weekend we’ve rounded up gobs of good reads about these incredible long-distance travelers.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Great Horned Owl

On the third night, Hector Astorga gets his reward.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Atlantic Puffin

Ted Ellis's moxie takes him to no-man's land.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Greater Roadrunner

No creature is too fast for Hector Astorga's lens.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Broad-tailed Hummingbird

Roger Levien hones in on a bird's tail end.
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Audubon Magazine

Migrating Songbirds Are All Around You. Here's How to Spot Them

Forget traveling to a migration hotspot. Right now it’s easy to see small migratory songbirds no matter where you live.
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Audubon Magazine

The Permanence of Poison

Water pollution in Great Britain now linked to undersized chicks.  
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Double-crested Cormorant

A bird flaunts its catch for Alice Cahill and her camera.
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Audubon Magazine

Cow-Fart Catching Backpacks Could Help Curb Global Warming

A new mobile innovation aims to capture bovine flatulence and convert it into energy.
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Audubon Magazine

Mockingbird Syndrome Found in Insects

Caterpillars mimic ant noises to infiltrate their colonies.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Double-crested Cormorant

Dennis Goodman unearths a jewel in the rough.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Short-eared Owl

Debra Herst finds herself in a stare down with a raptor.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Gentoo Penguin

Max Seigal makes a few friends on the world's loneliest continent.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Eastern Bluebird

Hazel Erikson grabs a great shot without leaving the house.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Scarlet Ibis

Lee Dalton braves hungry mosquitoes to capture a scarlet ibis.
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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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