The marine biologist’s latest book uses science to show that animals, like people, have complex inner lives.
Scientists are making new discoveries about how and why different species migrate each year.
Social climbers beware—in this flock, everyone knows their place in line.
People from across the Audubon community came together to share their work in Leesberg, Virginia.
For these Wisconsin schoolchildren, an art project doubles as a conservation lesson.
Charles Wurster pens a personal account of how the Environmental Defense Fund took down the most notorious pesticide in history.
Compared to humans, birds may actually be better amateur cameramen.
What do you do when bird flu threatens to ruin a beloved summer ritual? Get creative.
A Common Tern colony is thriving in the shadow of Manhattan’s skyscrapers. Here’s the story of how it all came to be.
The recaptured individual beat the previous record by more than two years.
Sure, green energy is great—but not when it’s plopped in the middle of pristine habitat.
These tiny threatened shorebirds are reclaiming their ancestral habitat in Lake Ontario.
Our July newsletter features summer bird trails, the best bird tattoos and how you can protect the Red-footed Boobies!