A new program finds the best places to create green spaces for underserved communities and migrating birds.
Uh, wait … there’s more than one kind?
If you love the thrill of the chase, you can definitely be both.
Chris Maynard uses fallen feathers to reveal the true essence of birds.
New research shows that Swainson's Thrushes use a "genetic map" to pick their migration routes.
With help from a dedicated Osprey fan base, Connecticut Audubon is collecting valuable ecological data across the state.
Thanks to a major lead, scientists are hot on the trail of a never-seen disease, which could help them crack a cold case wide open.
A curious young raptor discovers a news camera in Nebraska.
You don’t need a massive lens to find birds, but it sure makes things more fun.
Researchers have figured out how some species of birds deploy UV vision.
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.
With your help, we can fight back. We can protect birds and the places they call home—as long as people like you help.