Cooler water and abundant fish led to loads of plump little pufflings.
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.
Thanks to lessons learned during the last Snowy Owl influx, more airports and falconers are prepared to remove the birds humanely.
After an apparent arson at Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, there's a new push to quell decades-old disagreements over fishing and logging.
After sifting through historic records—and forgeries—a researcher created a much more accurate map of where the bird lived.
You’ve probably heard of Laika, the space dog, and Ham, the space chimp. But what about Kentucky, the space chicken?
In such a divisive age, those things with feathers bring people together in so many inspiring—and creative—ways.
A broad and timely alliance between Audubon, National Geographic, BirdLife, and Cornell steps up to protect birds and the places they need.
A veteran counter reflects on shifts in New Jersey's birds during the past 40 Decembers, for better and for worse.
Helen James mixes spelunking and paleontology to piece together the lives of the island's extinct and endangered birds.
Illustrator Stephen Kroninger's interpretation loses a bird but gains a glossy string of pearls.
Climate change is pushing more birds to the brink, but a kiwi comeback and other bright spots show that conservation pays off.
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