Director Alan Barillaro reveals the painstaking process of bringing a digital Sanderling to life.
Deterioration of habitat and weak conservation policies are the main reasons for their disappearance.
Climate Watch is getting volunteers across the country to admire bluebirds (for science).
It turns out, seabirds and extreme birding go really well together.
An endangered species finds itself thousands of miles off course—and ends up landing in the history books.
A new anthology on national parks reflects the artist's role in protecting America's most pristine landscapes.
Gone unchecked, the element can lead to sickness, sterility, or even death in breeding shorebirds.
The future of the refuge is still up in the air after a lengthy deadlock in Congress. Here’s what to know about the current state of affairs.
A decade-long battle around offshore drilling in the Chukchi Sea is finally coming to an end.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s...a toucan man?
With help from the Patterson Park Audubon Center, students in Baltimore are teaching their peers about issues surrounding climate change.
The birds can master their own physics by sizing up the objects in their path.
A pair of Great Lakes Piping Plovers is nesting successfully—on an Illinois Superfund site.
With your help, we can fight back. We can protect birds and the places they call home—as long as people like you help.