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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Double-crested Cormorant

A bird flaunts its catch for Alice Cahill and her camera.
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Cow-Fart Catching Backpacks Could Help Curb Global Warming

A new mobile innovation aims to capture bovine flatulence and convert it into energy.
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Mockingbird Syndrome Found in Insects

Caterpillars mimic ant noises to infiltrate their colonies.
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Photo of the Day: Double-crested Cormorant

Dennis Goodman unearths a jewel in the rough.
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Photo of the Day: Short-eared Owl

Debra Herst finds herself in a stare down with a raptor.
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Photo of the Day: Gentoo Penguin

Max Seigal makes a few friends on the world's loneliest continent.
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Photo of the Day: Eastern Bluebird

Hazel Erikson grabs a great shot without leaving the house.
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Photo of the Day: Scarlet Ibis

Lee Dalton braves hungry mosquitoes to capture a scarlet ibis.
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Avian Fools’ Day: These 5 Birds Are Experts at the Game of Gotcha

For some animals, every day is April Fool's Day—because who needs an international holiday to pull one over on a fellow bird? 
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Crows Understand Caw-se and Effect

New Caledonian crows put their intelligence on display, again.
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Forty-eight Ways to Sing About Birds

Folk musician from Oregon shows off his warbling and pun-writing skills.
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Audubon Magazine

A New Day for the Nēnē

Once lost, now found: the Hawaiian goose is rediscovered on Oahu.
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Audubon Magazine

Photo of the Day: Short-eared Owl

Diana Whiting documents a moth bird on the hunt.
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Photo of the Day: Tri-colored Heron

Sunrise in Sanibel offers Bill Dix the perfect photo op.
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Audubon Magazine

The Count Heard Round the World

The annual Great Backyard Bird Count sees record numbers as more countries catch on.
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Photo of the Day: Black Skimmer

Johann Schumacher discovers a bird that breathes fire.
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Photo of the Day: Piping Plover

Michael Milicia snaps a juvenile, still in its awkward phase.
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Photo of the Day: Rockhopper Penguin

Michael Milicia has a close encounter of the bird kind.
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Photo of the Day: Common Redpoll

Marie Read captures a flash of color in a winter portrait.
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Photo of the Day: Anna’s Hummingbird

For Rick Derevan, patience, and a beach chair, pays off.
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Audubon Magazine

Book Review: An Ocean Garden: The Secret Life of Seaweed

Vibrant portraits reveal the beautiful, diverse world of marine flora.
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Tails Win

Research reveals how form meets function at a birds’ backend. 
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Photo of the Day: Pileated Woodpecker

Bob Mislan captures a father returning to the nest.
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Audubon Magazine

Crows and Ravens are Masters of Self-Control

New study shows that corvids know when patience pays off.
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Video: Amazing Owls Invade from the North

Watch photographer Paul Bannick's encounters with visiting snowy owls.
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Owl Invasion

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Why 2014 was a banner year for snowy owl sightings.