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How Flexible Water Management could Benefit both People and Birds

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Early settlers in the Beehive State mastered irrigation through a network of canals to put precious and limited water resources to use. And today, in the face of a growing population that is expected to nearly double to 5.6 million by 2065 and a changing climate that makes water availability less predictable, Utah is exploring […]

5 Ingredients That Are Toxic to Dogs in Household Cleaners (+ 1 Great Alternative)

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When we clean our homes, we assume we’re making it safer for our loved ones. By getting rid of the microscopic viruses and bacteria that hang around our homes, we’re keeping a clean, healthy environment. But what we use when we clean can have negative effects on our pets’ health if we’re not careful. You […]

Tiny Lamb Was So Weak Until A Dog Taught Her How To Play

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A little lamb named Maddison has just been adopted into a big loving multi-species family — but it wasn’t so long ago that she was totally unwanted. Credit: Black Goat Farm and Sanctuary Maddison, who also goes by Maddie, was born on a farm in Canada earlier this year. The timing of her birth was […]

Yours and Our Favorite Stories From 2018

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Hey there, reader. Why yes, this is another one of those obligatory end-of-year roundups where we highlight popular stories we published this year. What's that, you say? You are an obsessive reader of Audubon magazine and Audubon.org and surely did not miss a single story we produced? Well, first, thank you! But aren't you curious what stories were the […]

Holiday Birding Traditions, as Told by Our Members

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In November, we requested a lot of our most loyal supporters (who’d opted to sign up within our Donor Insight Panel survey) to talk about their holiday-time bird traditions around. Many families have bird or birding-related traditions this season. Actually, you may be conscious that the Christmas Bird Count began in 1900 instead of a […]