You don't have to have a yard or garden to attract birds to your space. With a container garden, you can brighten up your balcony or patio and be ready for migrating spring visitors! [ Ow.ly Link ]
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Marlene J Boegli
Patti McMichael
This chunky shorebird has a rather anonymous look in winter plumage, but is unmistakable in spring, when it wears robin-red on its chest.
This chunky shorebird has a rather anonymous look in winter plumage but

Red Knot

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In part 3 of our birding by ear series, learn to use mental images and words as mnemonic devices to memorize bird songs.
In part 3 of our birding by ear series learn to use

How to Memorize Bird Songs by Using Mental Images

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Matthew Hoff
Looking for the perfect Mother's Day gift? A brilliant Ruby-throated Hummingbird makes an excellent gift for the bird lover in your life.
Looking for the perfect Mothers Day gift A brilliant Rubythroated Hummingbird makes

Adopt a Ruby-throated Hummingbird for Mother's Day

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Liz Gardner
Although it nests from coast to coast across Canada, the Wilson's Warbler is far more common farther west. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Although it nests from coast to coast across Canada the Wilsons Warbler
Mary Waters
Fran Cutrell Rutkovsky
Karen Marquette Chandler
Through Audubon Vermont's pioneering project, sugar farms are promoting better tree diversity to attract nesting avians.
Through Audubon Vermonts pioneering project sugar farms are promoting better tre

Maple Syrup Makers Are Turning Their Forests Into Prime Songbird Habitat

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Ethan Oringel
Fontaine Davis
Christine Aspinall
It's Arbor Day, and our guide to the native trees (and plants) that attract songbirds is the perfect way to kick off your weekend plans.
Its Arbor Day and our guide to the native trees and plants

A Guide to Luring Warblers, Tanagers, Orioles, and Grosbeaks to Your Yard

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Dawn Robertson
Herman Diaz
An executive order signed by the president today will reverse Obama-era restrictions on Atlantic and Arctic drilling, while issuing a review of the five-year plan for future oil and gas development.
An executive order signed by the president today will reverse Obamaera restrictions

Department of Interior to Lift Bans on Arctic and Atlantic Drilling, Review Current Five-Year Offshore Oil and Gas Plans

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Phyllis Zurbaran
Arson Michael Workman
Lynda Helms Stewart
Though the Downy Woodpecker is the smallest woodpecker in North America, it might be the cutest.
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Suzann Flowers
Warblers aren't the most cooperative subjects, but they are one of the most beautiful and addictive. Follow this advice to best capture the elusive birds.
Warblers arent the most cooperative subjects but they are one of the

How to Master Migrant Warbler Photography

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Jason Bateman
Darla Keefer
Protecting and restoring coastlines will strengthen populations of shorebirds, like these Least Terns, while preserving the places they need to survive throughout their lives. Read more about Audubon's work: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Protecting and restoring coastlines will strengthen populations of shorebirds li
Eduardo Lopez
Denise Young
Elizabeth Schumann
Thanks to its adaptability, the Barn Swallow now nests on five continents, not four, as its conquest of the world continues.
Thanks to its adaptability the Barn Swallow now nests on five continents

The Barn Swallow Is Slowly Conquering the World

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Laura Palmer Sawaya
Gary Gibbs
Arson Michael Workman
Rachel, our Osprey at Maine's Hog Island Audubon Camp, has already laid her first egg this year! Keep an eye on the family at Explore.org: [ Explore.org Link ]
Sandy Morley
David Williams
Pat Heath
On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people across the world gathered to stick up for science—and as you might expect, Audubon was there.
On Saturday hundreds of thousands of people across the world gathered to

From Coast to Coast, Audubon Stood Up for Birds at the March for Science

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Laura Filbert Zacher
Martha Jean-Prunier
Today is John James Audubon's birthday! Celebrate the day by downloading one of his prints for free: [ Audubon.org Link ]
Today is John James Audubons birthday Celebrate the day by downloading one
Mikki Albee Day
Kathi Alexander Moon
Cheryl Walters
The law that authorizes the president to create national monuments is at risk. Here's a definitive guide to the Antiquities Act and how it—and the lands it protects—could be in trouble.
The law that authorizes the president to create national monuments is at

Is That Legal? Department of the Interior Considers Resizing or Rescinding National Monuments Under the Antiquities Act

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Ann Bruenning
Adrienne Neff
Hunt Slonem's new book of mesmerizing avian paintings is a testimony to his life drawing and cherishing birds.
Hunt Slonems new book of mesmerizing avian paintings is a testimony to

In Birds, An Acclaimed Artist Finds Both Companions And Muses

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Shirley D Wayland
Waleska Passick
Climate change is not only altering Red Knots' habitats, it's also making them smaller.
Climate change is not only altering Red Knots' habitats it's also making them smaller

The Arctic Is Shrinking, and so Are Its Birds

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Marian Lentini McSherry
Bill Sargent
Jan Peterson
The Western Meadowlark may look a lot like its eastern relative, but its delightful flute-like song is unmistakable. Listen to it here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
The Western Meadowlark may look a lot like its eastern relative but
Bryan Bihorel
Jennifer Lyon
Karen Blessing
Visit a rare all-white penguin on World Penguin Day.
Visit a rare allwhite penguin on World Penguin Day

Take a Look at This Extremely Rare White Penguin

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Cindy Grimes
Karen Shackleton