Last year thousands of geese died after being poisoned by the waters of Montana's Berkeley Pit. To prevent future such disasters at the former copper mine, a variety of new tools and warning systems are being tested.
After a racist encounter in the field, a birder reflects on the disturbing incident and the community that helped lift him back up.
Experts say the Alaska operation could pollute salmon-rich waterways, putting at risk the raptors—and people—that depend on the fish.
Tara Tanaka and her husband fell in love with the swamp in their backyard. So they bought it, and now she documents its wildlife.
When the Thomas Fire approached a California Condor nest last month, the chick’s radio signal went dark. Biologists recently returned to the burn area to find her.
The birds typically stay on the U.S. mainland all winter, but this month's extreme weather resulted in an influx of visitors to the island.
What's good news for the state can also be seen as yet another example of political favoritism by the current administration.
Amid power outages, devastated landscapes, and destroyed buildings, birders assessed the storm's avian toll on their Christmas Bird Count.
Want to get an entertaining shot? Try capturing these courtship displays.
The bipartisan group’s letter calls an updated reading of the law “a new, contrived legal standard” that would let industry kill birds with no penalty.
Telltale toes are just one of many clues.
Residents of Port Aransas, Texas, are still feeling the effects of the storm four months later. But that didn't stop counters from their annual survey.
Climate change and bycatch are creating a ‘toxic cocktail’ for seabirds on an Antarctic island.
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