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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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Climate Change Is Causing Some Mixed-up Wildlife

Species separated for millennia are coming into contact, and mating. The debate over what, if anything, we should do about their hybrid offspring is heating up.
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Sophie Mazowita
Audubon Magazine

10 Reasons to Be Thankful for Birds

Whether you’re eating turkey or tofurky this Thanksgiving, raise a glass to the many ways in which wild birds enrich our lives—and in fact support our very existence.  
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Bonobos Comfort Each Other After Fights

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African Elephants Innately Understand Pointing

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"Extinct" Pinocchio Lizard Spotted in Ecuador

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New Robot to Combat Invading Jellyfish

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Some Marsupials Have So Much Sex, They Die

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Banana Farming Harming Threatened Costa Rican Crocodile

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Big Brained Birds Are Smarter and Stress Less

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Torrent Frogs Have a Superior Grip

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