For two days, scopes lined a Long Island parkway as birders delighted in the European visitor, which traveled even farther than its audience.
We asked seven of the scientists who recently spoke out against drilling in the refuge what it would mean for this special place. Here's what they said.
After three birds didn't survive a 2016 reintroduction attempt, the ʻAlalā Project revamped its strategies to make this year's release a success.
From tech to tomes to (tasteful) bird-themed trinkets, here's what to get everyone on your list.
If the Secretary of the Interior's recommendations are followed, the delicate ecosystems within each protected area could collapse.
Ecologist Sarah MacLean is whipping up a cookie guide to the birds of North America, and she has some tips for your kitchen.
Bee science is inspiring a new generation of scientists probing how hummingbirds navigate their flowery environments.
A swan-like neck, penguin-like flippers, and a duck-like posture combine to make a bizarre new addition to the world of dinosaurs.
The Arctic coastal plain hosts a staggering amount of wildlife, but less than two percent of this vital habitat is currently protected.
The president gutted Bears Ears and cut Grand Staircase-Escalante in half, but experts say he’s on shaky legal ground.
This raptor can decapitate and swallow its prey whole—all on the wing.
Ducks, geese, and swans are extremely common. Take advantage of that to sharpen your birding skills.
Stuck indoors for the holidays? Scrutinize these birding movies instead of real-life field marks.
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