Twenty-five years after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service banned lead shot for waterfowl hunting, the agency is expanding its protections.
The variety of fantastic bill shapes we know today first came about in a sudden burst, and then slowly evolved over the next 65 million years, according to a new study.
A rule that restricts wasteful gas leaks and keeps a powerful greenhouse gas out of the atmosphere will likely get overturned any day now. Here's why that's bad for everyone.
You don't have to live in the middle of the woods to see an owl. Here's how and where to spot five species in towns and cities across the U.S.
Audubon and his rival, Alexander Wilson, disagreed about the habits of scaup ducks. But that's because they were describing two different birds.
With the help of Audubon Minnesota and some controlled fires, a local school recently restored an overgrown field into original prairie habitat.
Song Sleuth's advanced software can recognize the voices of 200 common bird species. But how does it fare in the field?
Using drones equipped with audio recorders, a team of researchers is testing whether the technology could aid in field surveys.
The increasingly common owl has more than a dozen calls, including one that sounds like a monkey.
According to a new study, the same hormone that signals to humans we've eaten our fill triggers migrating birds to continue their trek.
What makes a good bird tattoo you ask? Well, read on!
The proposal, which was discussed at the White House last week, takes a conservative approach to climate action. But it runs into a problem central to all carbon taxes: deciding how to spend the raised funds.
This weekend, get outside and participate in the global bird-counting event that helps scientific research. Here's how to get started.
Ask your members of Congress to oppose efforts to weaken the Endangered Species Act.