A new study, based at New York City's 9/11 tribute, shows that artificial lights lure birds from their migratory routes.
Lauren McGough became a falconer as a teenager. Now her compassionate training with Miles, a troubled Golden Eagle, has given him a new life.
The first surveys of Caribbean birds, many with small populations limited to a single island, sow worry with glimmers of hope.
The introduced birds thrived in North America until relatively recently, but there's hope for a comeback.
Some simple tips for capturing compelling images of these special birds.
Crude and sarcastic birds are suddenly invading people’s feeds, and the man responsible couldn’t be happier.
By studying fish DNA in albatross guano, scientists can infer where and how the birds cross paths with dangerous fishing vessels.
The spiderweb of infrastructure at Prudhoe Bay's oilfield will be replicated at the Arctic Refuge if it's opened to drilling—a fact legislators downplay.
Hyper-sensitive backpack trackers are giving researchers a detailed summary on how thermal coasting really works.
A blur of sound becomes a remarkably complex song when slowed down.
It’s popular and unmistakable. But why is this bird in decline, and why are its habits so hard to understand?
The repeal effectively amounts to additional years of unfettered carbon pollution with no end in sight. Here’s why you should care.
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