Nature

Audubon Magazine

Soldiering On

An arboreal army marches across England.
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Audubon Magazine

Bear Essentials

In a place known for citrus groves and golf courses, a group of dedicated researchers and ranchers is drawing a road map to success for one of the state’s biggest mammals.
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Audubon Magazine

The Art of Observation

Curiosity and field skills guide a photographer through tropical rainforests to study nature through science and art.
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Audubon Magazine

Art School

Shape-shifting fish in Hawaii offer a compelling lesson: There’s safety, and beauty, in unity.
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Audubon Magazine

Petal Pusher

A podiatrist photographs some of the world’s most endangered flowers with remarkable precision and artistry, hoping to raise the plants’ profiles before it’s too late. 
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Audubon Magazine

Beetle Mania

Artist Christopher Marley reveals how his insect phobia became a deep passion.
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Audubon Magazine

Storm Chaser

Out on the Great Plains a photographer documents one of the natural world’s truly awe-inspiring journeys.
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Audubon Magazine

The Mother Lode

The tropics are renowned bastions of biodiversity. But scientists are finding that our own backyard rivals the rainforests as they uncover dozens of new species each year in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 
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Audubon Magazine

Stepping Out

Masked by stinking anaerobic mud, fuggy heat, clouds of mosquitoes, and acre upon acre of flooded forest, mangroves are as mysterious as they are vital to our coasts.
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Audubon Magazine

Ghost Dogs

The long persecuted coyote is not vermin, after all. Researchers are now discovering that it’s a resilient, adaptable predator that’s not just surviving in U.S. cities but playing a valuable role in restoring the food chain for the benefit of birds and other species.
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