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Audubon Holiday Gift Guide: Fashion Addict

For the fashionista who loves to get decked out.
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Off the Beaten Path

Wildlife tracking is making a comeback, attracting outdoor enthusiasts and biologists alike. For some it’s an engrossing hobby; for others it’s a critical contribution to conservation.  
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Audubon Magazine

Audubon Holiday Gift Guide: Kiddies

For the tiny tots who love to play.
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Audubon Magazine

Bird-Feeding Tips

Follow these tips to attract the most feathered friends to your feeders. 
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Audubon View

Can our conservation efforts embrace our nation's demography?
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Audubon Magazine

Audubon Holiday Gift Guide: Travel Lover

For the plane-hopping friend who wants to stay green.
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Audubon Magazine

Food Cycle

The eternal food loop—harvest, prepare, savor, cleanup—has never been healthier, and better tasting, than it is right now.
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Audubon Magazine

Audubon Holiday Gift Guide: Adventure Hound

For the outdoor enthusiast in your life.
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Happy Meals

In a New York City suburb, a grand experiment in farming yields food that is grown locally on a small scale and free of toxins. The well-heeled diners flocking to the farm’s gourmet restaurant and the carefree children attending its camps may well be getting a taste of the future.
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Facing the Future

While environmental groups often work toward preserving biodiversity in ecosystems, many are now grappling with trying to figure out how to diversify their own ranks.
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Audubon Magazine

Put Up Your Guard

You've worked hard to create your bird-friendly backyard. Here's what to do when trouble shows up.
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Audubon Magazine

Message in a Bottle

Red, white—and green—the wine industry is widely embracing chemical-free viticulture that protects both the landscape and farmers while capturing terroir, the true taste of a place.
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Audubon Magazine

Food Culture

Genetically modified agriculture holds both the promise of drought- and virus-resistant crops and the peril of unraveling the natural food chain. But like it or not, it’s one genie that’s already out of the bottle.
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Audubon Magazine

Audubon Holiday Gift Guide: Bird Buff

For the birdwatcher who weathers all temperatures.
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Audubon Magazine

The Low-Carbon Diet

Change your lightbulbs? Or your car? If you want to fight global warming, it’s time to consider a different diet.
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Audubon Magazine

Audubon Holiday Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers

Extra ideas to round out your gift-giving.
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Audubon Magazine

Trashed

Ever wonder where the cell phone or computer you toss ends up? Our writer follows her own digital detritus to the far ends of the earth.
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Audubon Magazine

Audubon Holiday Gift Guide: Design Junkie

For the person who adores home goods and the Earth.
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Audubon Magazine

A Rose is Not a Rose

Long the symbol of love, irresistible desire, and ephemeral beauty, the prickliest of flowers has never been so popular, so lucrative–or so toxic for the environment. But enterprising growers and marketers are working to turn the red rose green.
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