Month: December 2019

Atlantic Puffin. Photo: Francine Rattner/Audubon Photography Awards WASHINGTON (Dec. 30, 2019) – The following statement was issued by Dr. Karen Hyun, Vice President for Coastal Conservation at the National Audubon Society, in response to a federal appeals court decision to uphold the designation of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument off the New
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According to the United Nations, palm oil is found in approximately half of all products in supermarkets. But palm oil is destroying forests and killing animals. Orangutans, especially, are losing their homes and lives to the production of palm oil. Palm oil is taken from forests that house 10% of the world’s biodiversity and provide
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San Francisco resident Emilie Talermo would do absolutely anything for her beloved Australian Shepherd Jackson. Since he was taken from her, that’s all she’s been doing. The pup was stolen from outside a grocery store in Bernal Heights neighborhood in San Francisco on December 14th. Talermo first adopted her best friend in New York. They’ve been together over
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This is the kind of story that makes those “unlikely animal friendship” calendars go flying off the shelves. It’s about a tiny brown dog named Rookie and his best friend in the whole world: a cow. Yes, she’s a dairy cow. She’s also, he seems to believe, his mother. The two are similar in [brown] color.
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Illustration: Rose Wong Editor’s note: These tips are part of  ”The Nature Antidote,” a package appearing in the Winter 2019 issue of Audubon Magazine. Read more of the story here.  Tune Into Birds—And Tune Out Everything Else Mindfulness—the practice of being in the moment—can enhance our connection to nature and sense of wellbeing. Try it in a group, whether at
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