A new program finds the best places to create green spaces for underserved communities and migrating birds.
Uh, wait … there’s more than one kind?
If you love the thrill of the chase, you can definitely be both.
Baby puffins in the Gulf of Maine faced drastically different fates this breeding season when warmer ocean waters caused a shortfall in fish.
There aren’t a lot of jerks in birding. Let’s keep it that way.
To battle the bloodthirsty larvae decimating the Galapagos Islands' song birds, researchers are looking to take a long shot.
The bird's survival hinges on the ocean, but rising waters and shrinking habitat are causing populations to plummet—with no clear solutions.
On the African savanna, a fascinating and unprecedented partnership between people and wild birds gets started with a simple "brrr-hm."
Birdfeeders and trees help birds, but they also increase the likelihood of deadly window impacts. Here’s how to make your yard truly bird friendly.
Don't panic: There are only two.
More than 40 years after being banned, DDT has reared its ugly head again.
Audubon scientists recently discovered that the puffins overwinter at New England’s biodiverse coral canyons, a habitat deeply in need of protection.
A recent study identifies the Mesozoic Era as the time when the reproductive biology of modern birds began to take shape.
With your help, we can fight back. We can protect birds and the places they call home—as long as people like you help.