One cormorant’s plea to stop the slaughter.
New research is questioning one of the most accepted theories about bird feathers and sexual selection.
It’s not every day you see Earth’s (maybe) only black flamingo.
There's nothing like spring migration in Manhattan and Queens.
The award-winning film The Great Invisible airs on PBS for the fifth anniversary of the largest spill in U.S. history.
A Curl-crested Jay reveals its hidden talent for mimicking cyber sounds.
The Western Sandpiper is one of Panama’s best ambassadors.
In pursuit of an enigmatic bird.
After a century of absence, a pair of Bald Eagles appears to be starting a family on the South Shore of Staten Island.
The UN Postal Administration showcases these otherworldly birds to raise awareness of endangered species.
In the wake of the worst oil spill in U.S. history, Audubon is working to protect bird populations and restore critical habitat across all five Gulf states.
An intrepid team of Americans tackles a birding marathon in the desert.