Other Animals

Western Meadowlark. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon DALLAS — Today, the IPCC released “Climate Change and Land,” a special report highlighting the connection between land use and climate change. The report calls for major changes in food production practices in order to reduce carbon emissions, increase the carbon sequestration potential of the soil, and protect biodiversity of
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Johannesburg, South Africa – Just last night The Black Mambas won an incredible award at the African Resilience Summit held during the World Tourism Conference in Johannesburg today! The team of brave heroines were awarded the “Resilience Through Cultural Diversity Award” and the founder Craig Spencer won the “Change Maker in Tourism Award” proving that
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Magnificent Frigatebird. Photo: Matthew O’Connor/Audubon Photography Awards This audio story is brought to you by BirdNote, a partner of The National Audubon Society. BirdNote episodes air daily on public radio stations nationwide. Transcript: This is BirdNote. Male birds give it their all to get a female’s attention during the breeding season. Some males sing, and
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Greater Sage-Grouse. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon WASHINGTON – This week, the National Audubon Society, the National Wildlife Federation, and The Wilderness Society released a report finding that the Trump administration’s Interior Department, now led by Secretary David Bernhardt, has failed to prioritize oil and gas leasing and drilling outside sage-grouse habitat, despite a formal directive to do
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Greater Sage-Grouse. Photo: Joseph Mahoney/Audubon Photography Awards FORT COLLINS, Colo.— Today, the U.S. Forest Service proposed final versions of its land-management plans for the sagebrush ecosystem nearly two years after beginning the process to rewrite a historic 2015 agreement on sage-grouse conservation as part of an approach that elevates short-term development interests above all others. “What earned
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Snowy Egret. Photo: Photo: Lindsay Donald/Audubon Photography Awards. NEW YORK – “If the White House expected to gut the most important bird protection law without a fight, then they underestimated the National Audubon Society and America’s 46 million bird-lovers,” said David Yarnold (@david_yarnold), president and CEO of National Audubon Society, in response to a decision by
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As the human race progresses, our art becomes more and more defining of us. Art is immeasurably appreciable across so many formats and eloquently expresses many thought processes. Without it, we might be unable to move forward properly. With all of its properties, the variance of art tells so many tales. Thus far, we are
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There’s currently a somber hush to the summer air that makes you think, “where are the birds?” Some long-distance migrators do start moving south as early as July, but most of the species you saw back in June loafing near parks and feeders should still be around. They may be hunkered down, conserving energy like
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