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Banding Offers a Clue into the Mysterious World of Birds
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Banding Offers a Clue into the Mysterious World of Birds

Audubon’s bird banding program helps us understand how birds are recovering on the Gulf Coast.

Finding Hope in the Story of the Brown Pelican
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Finding Hope in the Story of the Brown Pelican

After 50 years of recovery, this iconic bird is a symbol of Gulf Coast resilience.

The Woman Behind ‘Birds of America’
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The Woman Behind ‘Birds of America’

An upcoming book gives voice to Lucy Bakewell Audubon, whose invisible labor fueled her husband John James Audubon's famous works.

Audubon and the Walton Family Foundation Invest in Next Generation of Conservation Leaders
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Audubon and the Walton Family Foundation Invest in Next Generation of Conservation Leaders

National organizations work with Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-Serving Institutions to build career opportunities in conservation.

Hummingbirds Owe Their Shimmer to Microscopic Pancake-Like Structures
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Hummingbirds Owe Their Shimmer to Microscopic Pancake-Like Structures

New research shows how extra-complex melanosomes in hummingbird feathers make light dance in fascinating ways.

Audubon's Campus Chapter Program Is Taking Off in Mississippi
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Audubon's Campus Chapter Program Is Taking Off in Mississippi

This September, Magnolia Grove Audubon from University of Mississippi and Birds of a Feather from Rust College volunteered together at the 20th Annual Hummingbird Celebration at Strawberry Plains Audubon Center.

10 Fast Facts About Northern Mockingbirds
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10 Fast Facts About Northern Mockingbirds

There's more to this flying copycat than meets the eye . . . or ear.

Connecting Campus Chapters to Drive Local Conservation
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Connecting Campus Chapters to Drive Local Conservation

The Audubon on Campus chapter program arrives in Mississippi and attracts a network of students that want to create a birding community for all.

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