Conservation

Audubon Magazine

From the Archives: Aldo Leopold's Odyssey

The journey of a single atom paints a compelling portrait of the web of life.
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A Boost for Long Island Sound

Investment in green infrastructure proves to be a boon for the waterway.
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Young Guatemalans Take On Citizen Science

Student scientists track birds in mountainous cloudforests of Central America.
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A Tribute to a Longtime Audubon Friend

Audubon remembers the conservation efforts of Tabasco giant Paul McIlhenny, who died in April.
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Recording Our Planet’s Acoustic Heritage—Before It’s Gone

Climate change, development, and invasive species all threaten natural soundscapes.
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Teachers Inadvertently Spread Invasive Species

A new program teaches educators about the dangers of letting aliens loose.
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The Last Rhinoceros

A new book delves into the race between preservation and destruction in Vietnam’s magnificent wilderness.
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Audubon View

To hear nature’s voice, simply follow the birds.
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The Investment to Save Globally Threatened Bird Species

The cost to protect these animals from extinction actually isn’t staggering.
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A Home for Bluebirds

A letter carrier builds bird boxes along her route.
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Banding Hummingbirds to Solve their Mysterious Ways

People from all walks of life jump at the chance to hold these creatures.
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The Most Endangered Bird in the Continental U.S.

The fight to save the Florida grasshopper sparrow inspires all who love wildlife. 
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Wild Man: George Schaller recounts his adventures on the Tibetan Plateau

The renowned field biologist tells of his quest to study the ghost-like snow leopard and the mysterious chiru in his new book.
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Online Explorers: How You Can Help Scientists

Legions of volunteers are helping experts solve the mysteries of the natural world.
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Poisons Used to Kill Rodents Have Safer Alternatives

A second generation of ultra-potent rodenticides creates a first-class crisis for people, pets, and wildlife.
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Review: 'Mr. Hornaday's War'

An early conservationist’s unusual approach to saving embattled wildlife.
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Giant Strip Mine Threatens Alaska's Iconic Bristol Bay

Pick the worst place on the planet for a giant strip mine, in the heart of America’s wildest and most productive ecosystem. That’s exactly where one is planned.
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Connecticut River Watershed Named America's First National Blueway

A huge watershed crossing four states earns a title worth fighting for. 
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Fighting to Protect Panama Bay

Critical bird habitat in Central America is at risk. 
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Blood in Leeches Helps Save Species

Researchers are using genetic material from unconventional sources to better understand species’ populations and ranges. 
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South American Cowboys Cook Up Bird-Friendly Beef

Legendary gauchos are teaming up with grassland conservationists to maintain a way of life and help save millions of grassland birds. 
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Former Audubon New Mexico Director David Henderson Dies

An Audubon employee for nearly 25 years, David Henderson was a conservation champion for his state’s wildlife and environmental education. 
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A Palm Tree Paradise in Maui

A renowned poet writes an inspiring story of restoration and love of nature that created a Hawaiian oasis.
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Eleven Fun Facts About the Farm Bill

From organic agriculture to nutrition programs, the Farm Bill covers a range of subjects. 
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From Coal Mine to Botanic Garden

The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden and the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania are using a TogetherGreen grant to return an old mine site to nature.
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The Battle Over a North Carolina Beach Continues

On Cape Hatteras National Seashore, a revolutionary management plan is finally putting embattled sea turtles and birds on near-equal footing with ORV drivers. But powerful interests are working hard to undo it.
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Orphaned Otters Find a Home

At California’s Monterey Bay Aquarium, researchers are preparing rescued sea otters to return to their native kelp forests in the Pacific Ocean. 
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Working Lands: A California Couple Builds Habitat Along Stream Edges

Olive and prune farmers Peter and Debbie Hunter create environments where wildlife thrives.
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RESTORE Act Offers Influx of Cash to Gulf States

Legislation provides real funding—and real hope—for habitat repair in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Ecuador Won’t Drill for Oil in the Amazon—As Long as the World Pays Up

The South American country ups the ante on a unique plan to save Yasuní National Park, a haven tropical birds.
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