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Wreckage, Then Renewal at Queens Bird Sanctuary.

Wreckage, Then Renewal at Queens Bird Sanctuary

Incredible Videos Reveal Birds’ Flight Paths | Audubon Magazine

An artist offers a whole new way of visualizing how birds and other animals move.

Birds choose sweet smelling mates.

Better-Smelling Birds Produce More Offspring

To protect Belize’s Scarlet Macaws from poachers, a group of bodyguards is on duty day & night for 5 months straight

To keep macaw chicks safe, a team of rangers in Belize spends night and day watching over the birds’ nests and homes:

First-Ever Sighting of Tropical Bird in USA Sparks Birding and Media Frenzy | Audubon Magazine Blog

First-Ever Sighting of Tropical Bird in USA Sparks Birding and Media Frenzy

US States:  ideas for state reports (of all kinds) -State-Birds-Map

US States: ideas for state reports (of all kinds) -State-Birds-Map

A spring trip to Nebraska combines the subtle beauty of the sandhills with the drama of courting prairie-chickens and the spectacle of cranes by the thousands.  [By Ted O'Callahan/Photograph by Kim Hubbard]

A spring trip to Nebraska combines the subtle beauty of the sandhills with the drama of courting prairie-chickens and the spectacle of cranes by the thousands. [By Ted O'Callahan/Photograph by Kim Hubbard]

"In Peru, a festival that celebrates the Andean Condor could be hastening its demise."

In Peru, a festival that celebrates the Andean Condor could be hastening its demise.

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True Nature | Which Came First: the Dinosaur or the Bird? Photo: Trevor Ray Hart

Which Came First: the Dinosaur or the Bird?

Wood Thrushes Connect Bird Lovers Across Borders Photo: Megumi Aita/Audubon Photography Awards

A crowd-funded geotagging project helped researchers figure out where these birds spend their lives.

オオツリスドリ  Montezuma Oropendola (Psarocolius montezuma, Gymnostinops montezuma)

オオツリスドリ Montezuma Oropendola (Psarocolius montezuma, Gymnostinops montezuma)

Birds Use Their Sixth Sense to Land on Water | Audubon Magazine

To avoid crash landings, birds employ their ability to sense magnetic fields.

Love Audubon Magazine Covers? Cast Your Vote to Help Us Win an Award! | Audubon Magazine

Two Audubon covers are in the running for the American Society of Magazine Editor's cover contest.

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