Audubon scientists tracked breeding puffins from Maine to finally learn where they pass the colder months—in a maze of underwater canyons and mountains southeast of Massachusetts.
Proponents of drilling for oil in the refuge say the impact will be limited to that amount of acreage, but the number is highly misleading.
'I like birds as much as the next guy.' So do we, BuzzFeed. So do we.
Will this winter bring an irruption of the Arctic raptors to the continental U.S.? A few clues from up north have Project SNOWstorm predicting yes.
As the seasons change, so do birds' feathers. A birder should be prepared.
A naturalist's 100-year-old field notes show that California birds now nest a week earlier to stay cool and compensate for global warming.
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After three birds didn't survive a 2016 reintroduction attempt, the ʻAlalā Project revamped its strategies to make this year's release a success.
Could this explain the bird's remarkable memory?
We asked seven of the scientists who recently spoke out against drilling in the refuge what it would mean for this special place. Here's what they said.
The New-York Historical Society debuts its most ambitious display of 'Birds of America' artifacts yet, slated for 36 years of exhibition.
A researcher studying coconut crabs in the Chagos Islands never expected to capture gruesome video evidence of one preying on a Red-footed Booby.
For two days, scopes lined a Long Island parkway as birders delighted in the European visitor, which traveled even farther than its audience.
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