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Hold Onto Your Bins: Another Blizzard of Snowy Owls Could Be Coming
November 17, 2017
— Will this winter bring an irruption of the Arctic raptors to the continental U.S.? A few clues from up north have Project SNOWstorm predicting yes.
Birders Drop Everything to Behold Rare Corn Crake That Turned Up in New York
November 9, 2017
— For two days, scopes lined a Long Island parkway as birders delighted in the European visitor, which traveled even farther than its audience.
John Oliver Hits the Roseate Spoonbill Where It Hurts
October 30, 2017
— This Sunday on his show, the comedian said the spoonbill looks like a flamingo that got its "stupid bird face stuck into a panini press." Ouch. Learn about the bizarre but beautiful bird here.
The Story of Harvey, a Cooper’s Hawk Rescued in Houston During the Hurricane
August 31, 2017
— After seeking shelter in a taxicab, the bird was eventually taken in by a Houston wildlife rehab center preparing for an influx of injured animals.
Honeyeaters Steal Fur from Sleeping Koalas for Their Nests
August 23, 2017
— Even more surprising: the snoozing marsupials don't seem to mind.
How Much Should Major Polluters Pay? A DuPont Settlement Provides a Model
August 16, 2017
— A biologist traced mercury from a company spill to contamination in songbirds, and devised a new way to hold polluters financially accountable.
After Dozens of Duck Deaths, the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool Gets Drained
June 13, 2017
— The National Park Service began emptying the parasite-ridden pool for a thorough cleaning on Sunday.
Proposed Budget Cuts Signal First Attack on Current Sage-Grouse Protection Plan
May 31, 2017
— Sweeping land-use plans kept the Greater Sage-Grouse off the endangered species list. What happens if the Trump administration rolls them back?
Meet Old Man Plover, the Pride of the Great Lakes
May 17, 2017
— He’s had a long life and dozens of chicks. But most importantly, he’s a symbol of prosperity for a rebounding species and region.
This Tiny Hospital Helps Injured Birds Survive the Commotion of New York City
May 15, 2017
— The Wild Bird Fund tends to thousands of birds with help from committed rehabbers and curious rescuers. Meet some of the patients in recovery.
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