Month: July 2019

Devastated Pooch Mourns The Sudden Loss of Her Chew Toy

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Have you ever had one of those days where you feel that if even just one more little thing goes wrong, you’re gonna lose it? That might be what happened in this video, because this pup is truly, truly distraught about her toy! We’re not sure what happened earlier this day, but it must’ve really […]

Have a bird question? Ask Kenn Kaufman!

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Who's Kenn? Simply put, Kenn is a national treasure. A renowned birder, author, and conservationist, Kenn Kaufman has spent his life dedicated to observing birds, reading about birds, writing about birds, and sharing the world of birds with others. With all that birdy knowledge in his brain, he also acts as the field editor for Audubon magazine. And so, whenever we have […]

People Dangling Off Cliff Flip Out When They Spot What’s In This Nest

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Two very special residents of Zion National Park — a super rare California condor couple — were acting a little strange recently.  Credit: Zion National Park Back in May, people observed the couple doing a little dance around a special crevice in a canyon wall. The male condor, known as 523, would fly up to […]

Worried About Area 51 Aliens? Rescuers Invite You To “Storm The Shelter”!

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Are you among the thousands of conspiracy theorists planning to storm Area 51 on September 20? Officials in Nevada may be harboring extraterrestrials, but the folks at Oklahoma City Animal Welfare have nothing to hide. Instead of searching for aliens, they invite you to #stormtheshelter and meet your new best friend! “Come storm our shelter…” […]

Man Moved into His New Home and Found It Came with a Stray Kitten

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A man moved into his new home and found a little stray kitten meowing in front of his house. Stephen Austin Stephen Austin, a Detroit resident, moved into his new house this week and has been hearing constant meows outside at night. As an animal lover who has two cats of his own, he tried […]

Use Your Photography to Support and Advance Conservation

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If you’re hooked on bird photography, it’s safe to say you’re probably hooked on birds. Behind your photography is a shared ethos for the natural world and the wildlife that inhabits it. You may want to use your photography to help those birds. If so, you’re taking the first step to becoming a conservation photographer. […]

Monsoons Bring a Flood of Sparrow Song to the Sonoran Desert

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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. 190726-sparrows-sing-in-arizona-monsoon.mp3 Transcript: This is BirdNote. In July in Southeast Arizona, midday temperatures soar above 100 degrees. A cicada’s high-pitched whine adds an edge to the searing heat.  But relief is […]

Cat Finds Love in Rescued Kittens After Living a Rough Life on the Streets

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A cat who has spent years on the streets, is so happy to be loved again. Alley Cat Rescue Harrow the cat ended up outside in South Los Angeles after his owner passed away. He kept trying to go back to his old home, begging to go inside but was sadly shunned away. The outdoor […]

LOL! Watch this Dog Say His First Word

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What was your first word? For those of us born before mobile phones made recording life’s little moments easy, you may not know the answer. One Utah family tried to capture their baby’s first coherent word. Instead, they got something slightly different. Get ready to laugh. ​Source: Sam Giovanini YouTube Say ‘Mama’ The Diaz-Giovanini family […]

Sea Lion Spotted With The Strangest Thing Around His Neck

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Earlier this month, beachgoers in Argentina were shocked to find a sea lion carrying some extra weight around his neck.  The large marine mammal had accidentally inserted his head into a rubber tire while swimming. Now, the piece of trash was slowly cutting off his airway. Volunteers with the Fundacion Fauna Argentina (FFA) knew that […]