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Allen's Hummingbirds breed in a narrow strip of coastal forest, scrub, and chaparral from sea level to around 1,000 feet elevation along the West Coast. Males tend to hold territories in more open areas while females nest in areas with tree cover including eucalyptus, redwood, and Douglas-fir. On the wintering grounds in Mexico, they use oak-pine forest, edges, and scrubby clearings with abundant flowers. #hummingbird #birds #birdsofinstagram If you enjoy my images, feel free to share them :-)

Are you celebrating #MemorialDay on the beach this weekend? Remember to be mindful of beach nesting birds like Black Skimmers. ⠀

Want to learn how you can become a bird-friendly beachgoer? Find out by clicking the link in our bio. #ShareTheShore

Photo: Dan Ion/Audubon Photography Awards

A farewell message from Naturalist Kathryn (Moss): Today I say goodbye to Audubon as I move out of state on a new adventure. It has been my absolute dream and joy to work for the Center and I will always cherish my time here at Seward Park; exploring these magical woods and shores, and sharing transformative experiences with amazing children, families, and adults. I will miss the Barred Owls, the Bald Eagles, the woodpeckers, the turtles, and the trees. Please take care of this special park for me (and for you) and it will continue to take care of us all. THANK YOU. 💖

Successful first trip to the aquarium! I just can’t with these two 😍😍!

Apparently there is a hawk nest on a building overlooking Central Park, and it’s been there since 1990s. This city is always full of surprises!
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