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Making the World Safer for Birds, One Piece of Glass at a Time
July 8, 2016
— At a research center in Pennsylvania, bird-friendly products are put to the test in a simple, yet foolproof way.
Robot Birds Haven't Taken Over Our Society...Yet
July 8, 2016
— With the combined powers of nature and machines, innovators can gather secret intelligence, protect our crops, and someday even deliver the mail.
How to Use Birdcall Apps
May 12, 2016
— Apps that play birdsong can be a terrific tool for birders and bird photographers—as long as they’re used responsibly.
This 3-D-Printed Egg Could Help Us Bring More Baby Vultures Into The World
May 6, 2016
— A new "smart egg" project is teaching conservationists about the secrets of the nest.
Learn How Scientists Turned Extinct Birds Into Life-Like, 3-D Animations
April 21, 2016
— To find out more about their ecological roles, seven moas were given a chance to live again (digitally, anyway).
How Pigeons Are Drawing Attention To Air Pollution
March 22, 2016
— Birds wearing tiny backpacks helped launch an ongoing campaign for cleaner air in London.
Sagebrush Songbirds Sing Praise For Esri Technology
March 17, 2016
— Collaborative efforts prove that conservation and technology can go hand-in-hand to help birds.
Will Wind Turbines Ever Be Safe For Birds?
March 16, 2016
— Sure, it’s green energy—but it also results in hundreds of thousands of bird deaths each year.
Meet the Bird Brainiacs: Common Raven
February 29, 2016
— Tortoise biologist Tim Shields is trying to keep an endangered species from being eaten by ravens—without harming a feather in the process.
How Esri Helps Map a Better-Connected Future, for Audubon and the World
February 12, 2016
— Digital mapping technology is helping guide us through problems as big as climate change, disease outbreaks, and natural disasters.
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