These scientists’ stories prove nature is unpredictable—and often hilarious.
A flower-box nest provides the perfect opportunity for some close-up shots of a plucky falcon family.
These birds can be a nuisance. But there’s a humane way to keep them at bay—thanks to one determined ornithologist.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife will decide whether to list the bird by the end of September.
The street artist has painted murals from Pennsylvania to South Carolina.
A new study shows that the plastic problem in our oceans is bigger than we thought . . . and it’s about to get worse.
The People's Liberation Army deployed a team of monkeys, dogs, and raptors to clear birds from Beijing's military bases before its big parade.
Audubon Chicago Region is sparking conversations about birds and climate change in the heart of the Windy City.
During spring migration, Magee Marsh braces itself for an all-out warbler (and birder) invasion.
Formerly unknown shorebird wintering grounds receive permanent protection after discoveries and collaboration.
By rigging the Harvard Forest with cameras, sensors, and even hotter air, scientists can study the future.
This year we've seen an absurd number of assaults on legislation and agencies that protects birds and their habitat.
Read about the penguins of the Galapagos, understand why parrots talk, and learn how to build a bird feeder.