Ruby-throated Hummingbird. Photo: Camilla Cerea/Audubon
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Hint: It's probably a female cardinal.
This is it! We’re here! Spring!
Size and tail color are two of the biggest clues when deciphering these two backyard regulars.
The differences are subtle, but shape and size can help in a big way.
Some clues to help distinguish between these two often-confused finches.
Flowers are beginning to bloom, and hummingbirds are starting to return from their southern winter sojourns. Here’s a regional guide for when they should arrive and the food they’re seeking.
A makeshift green space can serve as a rest stop for these tiny travelers.
If a creature can catch them, you can bet it's eating them.
At least 53 species of North American birds drink nectar—the naturally occurring sweet liquid produced by plants.
Download Audubon’s Hummingbirds at Home app to record your hummingbird sightings and help protect them now and into the future.
Our changing climate is affecting the habitats where birds live, what they eat, and how they migrate.
The most urgent phase of the fight to save the Arctic Refuge has begun.
Ask your members of Congress to oppose efforts to weaken the Endangered Species Act.
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