Decades of data show that climate change is manipulating the way species move across continents.
We’re giving a major hat tip to these die-hard conservationists, because every month should be Women's History Month.
Plovers are one of the tiniest shorebirds—and taking a census of them is one giant feat.
In the past 40 years, Carl Jones saved nine animals from going extinct. Now he's sharing his methods so that others can follow suit.
A new "smart egg" project out of England is teaching conservationists about the secrets of the nest.
In some species of hawks, gulls, and other avians, it marks an important transition into adulthood.
Start with the basics—then add detail and color.
Sometimes the best birding happens in the place you least expect it.
Scientists are striving to resurrect extinct species, but if it works, they may not come back to the same habitat they left.
Portland’s annual design competition combines whimsy and function with all-out wonkiness.
By tracking these tiny birds, we can detect important imbalances in the environment.
Got a million bucks to spend on pictures of birds? We have some options.
A group of determined Australians are on a mission to reclaim a former island paradise for shearwaters and penguins.
With your help, we can fight back. We can protect birds and the places they call home—as long as people like you help.