Articles by Aaron Tremper
Birding Bucket List: Check Off Rarities and Migrants at Dry Tortugas National Park
May 05, 2022 — A vital stopover for migrating neotropical species, the island chain also offers chances to see breeding Caribbean specialties and rare strays.
North American Birds Face Their Own Pandemic With Latest Bout of Avian Flu
April 21, 2022 — Typically a threat to mainly domestic poultry, the virus has infected and killed an unprecedented number of wild birds, worrying experts.
How Webcams Are Helping Scientists Save One of the World’s Rarest Seabirds
March 15, 2022 — For the past decade, the CahowCam Project has entertained viewers while revealing new insights into the lives of the endangered Bermuda Petrel.
A Court Ruling Could Clear the Way for Biden to Confront Oil and Gas
February 09, 2022 — Citing climate change, a judge threw out the largest sale of drilling rights in U.S. history, raising questions about the legal basis for future leasing.