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The Surprising Way Birds Are Trying To Dodge Climate Change

The Surprising Way Birds Are Trying To Dodge Climate Change

— New research shows that some birds are moving faster than ever to keep up with shifting climates. Here’s where they’re going.
A Rare Owl Turned Up Dead—Are Birders To Blame?

A Rare Owl Turned Up Dead—Are Birders To Blame?

— A surprise visit from a Northern Hawk Owl ended in tragedy last week. Here's how birders can be sure to protect the species they seek.
In Victory for Eagles, USFWS Gives Up Fight for 30-Year Take Permits

In Victory for Eagles, USFWS Gives Up Fight for 30-Year Take Permits

— The government just dropped its latest effort to give longer-term take permits to wind farms and other companies.
What’s Up With This Weird Winter Weather?

What’s Up With This Weird Winter Weather?

— Unusual storms, warm spells, and stranded seabirds—we asked a few experts if climate change is to blame.
Urban Woods and Prairies Initiative

Urban Woods and Prairies Initiative

Red River Valley Restoration and Enhancement
How Clean Energy and Birds Can Coexist

How Clean Energy and Birds Can Coexist

— In a Huffington Post op-ed, Audubon CEO David Yarnold lauds renewable energy projects that take wildlife into consideration.
Inside the Bizarre, Secretive World of Obsessive Egg Thieves

Inside the Bizarre, Secretive World of Obsessive Egg Thieves

— Audubon talks with filmmaker Tim Wheeler, whose documentary exposes the underworld of Britain’s illegal egg collectors.
Bird IQ Tests: 8 Ways Researchers Test Bird Intelligence

Bird IQ Tests: 8 Ways Researchers Test Bird Intelligence

— A crow is supposedly as smart as a 7-year-old. Here’s how scientists figured that—and other facts—out.
How Audubon Helps Raptors Through Rehab

How Audubon Helps Raptors Through Rehab

— Give us your flightless, your hurt, your wounded raptors yearning to fly free…