The heat from Gentoo Penguin guano may melt snow and ice cover enough to give the birds early access to nesting sites.
Joel Sartore discusses his Audubon cover shot of the imperiled Florida Grasshopper Sparrow, and how that helped the bird survive.
The Federal Bird-Safe Buildings Act was just introduced—here’s what the Republican and Democratic co-sponsors have to say about it.
Two summertime Texans in the hill country.
A Texas-sized day of birding.
The tens of thousands of gallons of crude leaked into the Pacific could be devastating to the ecosystem and surrounding wildlife.
A new PBS documentary explores the habitat that is vital for the survival of an iconic western bird.
A writer and birder reflects on the quiet moments spent outside with his autistic daughter.
H is for Hawk author Helen McDonald writes about our relatively newfound ability to track animals’ migrations. Here’s how you can follow along.
Noah departs Latin America for two weeks in the U.S.
Noah changes plans based on some birding news, and ends up checking some unique species off the list.
The milestone at the end of a Mexican superhighway.
Help us stop plans to gut our most cherished bird conservation laws.