A new video on Wood Thrush migration rallies activists across the globe.
A Colombian artist brings her native species to the city to show how exotic climate change can get.
Scarlet plumage has long posed a mystery to scientists—but now they've finally solved it.
Thanks to D-Bird, citizen scientists are beginning to fill in the gaps on how many birds collide with buildings.
The next wave of captive baby Spoon-bills could soon be on their way—a conservation first.
This long-stemmed and long-sighted wader gets all the good stuff: sex, real estate, and plenty of insects.
A man who went viral for “rescuing” ducklings at an amusement park may not have needed to intervene at all.
Mountain Bluebirds could have a hard time defending their homes if climate change speeds up the arrival of their nest rivals.
Climate Watch is getting volunteers across the country to admire bluebirds (for science).
(And creep your friends out while you're at it.)
The government wants to increase the number and timeline for accidental eagle deaths—but it doesn't even know if the birds can sustain those losses.
Now in its 43rd year, Project Puffin rages on with the help of some very dedicated volunteers and interns.
This New York City oasis offers beautiful riverfront views . . . of birds.
Albatross & petrels often drown when they get caught on fishing lines, but we can help.