A new video on Wood Thrush migration rallies activists across the globe.
A Colombian artist brings her native species to the city to show how exotic climate change can get.
Scarlet plumage has long posed a mystery to scientists—but now they've finally solved it.
The U.S., Mexico, and Canada announced shared goals to boost clean energy, cut carbon pollution, and protect wildlife.
Steller’s Jays are getting cozy around picnics and fire pits. Here’s why that isn’t a good thing.
Nightjars, goatsuckers, whatever you want to call them—these freaky birds are heard but rarely seen.
A new study unveils how Parisian pigeons could be using their feathers to ward off trace metals in the environment.
A new book reveals the strange and wondrous adaptations birds rely on to get by.
The fossils were discovered in Myanmar amber—a form of mummification that's typical for insects.
Get ready for your 15 minutes of birding fame—it’s going to be one heck of a ride.
A surprise appearance from three endangered guests has everyone at the Pascagoula Audubon Center buzzing.
Researchers call the bird’s journey of 60,000 miles an “underestimate” of how far it actually flew.
Thanks to D-Bird, citizen scientists are beginning to fill in the gaps on how many birds collide with buildings.
With your help, we can fight back. We can protect birds and the places they call home—as long as people like you help.