A couple's trek to a hidden lagoon in Costa Rica leads to a cache of new details about a glorious, yet understudied bird.
The Dutch police’s new idea for taking down drones certainly seems to work. But is it good for the birds?
The century-old citizen science project is just in its fifth year in Cuba.
Leveraging the Antiquities Act, President Obama sets aside 1.8 million acres of desert habitat, protecting them from mining and other development.
Even the leader of the free world needs a feathered friend sometimes.
Audubon scientists tracked breeding puffins from Maine to finally learn where they pass the colder months—in a maze of underwater canyons and mountains southeast of Massachusetts.
In an op-ed for the Huffington Post, Audubon CEO David Yarnold highlights citizen science projects including the Great Backyard Bird Count.
Digital mapping technology is helping guide us through problems as big as climate change, disease outbreaks, and natural disasters.
In ancient times, birds were used to predict the future. Here’s what they could reveal about your soul mate to-be.
The Wisconsin Fish and Wildlife Service is shifting its captive Whooping Crane breeding and release program in hopes of better helping the birds.
The fight over the plan to cut carbon pollution will continue in lower courts. Here are the details.
It requires thousands and thousands of feathers and a whole lot of preening.
The country just launched an action plan for its most threatened raptor—but will it work?
With your help, we can fight back. We can protect birds and the places they call home—as long as people like you help.