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Audubon Magazine

Stirring the Waters

Amy and Dave Freeman spent 101 days in a canoe, in an effort to preserve the wilderness they call home.
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The Green Big Year

Dorian Anderson is on a one-year mission to see as many birds as he can — by bike.
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Audubon Magazine

Summer Reading: Great Books for Birders and Nature Lovers

This year’s book list includes climate-change thrillers, sweet love stories, captivating adventure tales, and more.
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Audubon Magazine

The Permanence of Poison

Water pollution in Great Britain now linked to undersized chicks.  
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Audubon Magazine

Texas Oil Spill Makes Landfall in Environmentally Sensitive Area

The slick moved out of Galveston Bay, into the Gulf, and south down the Texas coast to Matagorda Island.
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Audubon Magazine

10 Reasons to Be Thankful for Birds

Whether you’re eating turkey or tofurky this Thanksgiving, raise a glass to the many ways in which wild birds enrich our lives—and in fact support our very existence.  
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Audubon Magazine

The Lure of the Common Loon

Joe Ricketts pledges $6.5 million to save an icon of the northern lakes.
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Audubon Magazine

Bye-bye Golf Courses, Hello Nature Preserves

The Great Recession had at least one silver lining for wildlife: Golf courses are being turned into natural protected places. 
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photo by Steve Kress

Jackson Bouler with Laughing Gull Egg
Eastern Egg Rock Island, July 2010

photo by Steve Kress

Olivia Bouler with Laughing Gull Egg
Eastern Egg Rock Island, July 2010

Audubon Magazine

Tracing the Keystone XL Pipeline’s Potential Path of Destruction

The proposed pipeline would run from Canada to the Gulf Coast and threaten wolves, warblers, and waterways.
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Audubon Magazine

Exclusive Interview: Obama Defeats Romney, Says We Must Tackle Climate Change

The president provides written answers to 10 critical questions about the environment.
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Audubon Magazine

The Path to Cleaner Energy

Wind power’s role in weaning America off fossil fuels holds vast untapped potential for domestic energy production and green jobs.
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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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Karl Kaufman

Western sandpipers along Panama City

Gerry Ellis

Weathered oil on Louisiana's Grand Terre Island nearly one year into the disaster.

The Common Loon has some of the highest mercury levels of any animal in the world — a result of pollution from coal-fired power plants.

Photo by Kim Hubbard/Audubon Magazine
Rescue workers recover a brown pelican
Karl Kaufman