Cartoon sandpipers, a rare white hummer, birds that understand humans—there was plenty of variety in Audubon's hit stories this year.
Through her detailed observations of Song Sparrows, Nice had a huge influence on modern ornithology.
The amateur photographer was on his first trip to Chiapas' Sierra Madre earlier this year when he documented the endangered birds' behavior.
On a cold and snowy morning in December, Vice braved the elements with a group of Brooklyn birders at Prospect Park.
The Environmental Protection Agency may be a popular political punching bag, but it’s crucial to protecting the health of people and birds. Here’s how.
According to Paul McCartney, he was relaying a beautiful message of hope.
With only three raptor rehab centers, the state relies on a network of dedicated volunteers to shuttle injured eagles, hawks, and owls for treatment.
This is just brilliant.
It can be a challenge, but it can also be highly rewarding.
On a recent Christmas Bird Count, we go on a 4 a.m. owl chase and witness a diving hawk with the veteran star and activist.
As Arctic shorebird numbers decrease, scientists blame farming, hunting, development, climate change—or all of the above?
A continuous search for spruce cones makes this crossbill the ultimate avian nomad.
In a recent study, scientists found that some birds favor stopover and wintering locations with higher concentrations of vegetation.
Urge your U.S. Senators to ensure the next head of the EPA will protect birds and people.