There are established populations all over the country, and some species even count toward your life list. They're also just thrilling to see.
In the market for a camera or lens but don’t want to splash out for new products? Here’s how to purchase quality used gear.
Before you start identifying vireos, you need to stop confusing them with other similar families of songbirds.
An author, ornithologist, and professor of ecology and conservation at Clemson University, Lanham spoke on the importance of inclusiveness and diversity in birding, among other themes.
As Arctic-breeding birds begin making their way south in late summer, some stopover sites provide better photo opportunities than others.
California's cap-and-trade extension, passed by lawmakers this week, ensures continued study of whether Sierra Nevada meadow restoration can capture carbon pollution and help birds at once.
Worried about a declining population of Blue-footed Boobies in the Galapagos, the boys decided to raise money and awareness—by selling socks that match the birds' famous feet.
‘RARE—Creatures of the Photo Ark’ highlights photographer Joel Sartore’s mission to document threatened species before it’s too late.
Names can be misleading . . .
Western Sandpipers with oil on less than one-fifth of their feathers have a tough time flying—a finding that underscores the dangers offshore drilling and spills pose on migratory birds.
A new study proves what birders have long known: Ravens are really, really smart.
Missing a bird you've traveled to see, or ‘dipping,’ can be a disappointing experience. It’s also a birding rite of passage.
They're rare, and they're rad. Here's where to find them.
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