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Incredible Combination of Factors Leads to Historic Migration Flight
June 1, 2018
— Earlier this week, a group of expert birders in Canada were treated to a staggering sight: more than 700,000 warblers over nine hours.
Birds Galore! Spectacular Photos of Florida's Nesting Boom
April 12, 2018
— Thanks to optimal conditions, wading birds are breeding in huge numbers throughout the Everglades this year
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Get to Know These 15 Common Birds
January 31, 2018
— Want to put names to species you regularly see? Start here.
Here’s What 2,000 Acres of Arctic Refuge Drilling Could Really Look Like
November 29, 2017
— 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.
The Story Behind the Foul-Mouthed ‘Effin’ Birds’ Twitter Account
October 20, 2017
— Crude and sarcastic birds are suddenly invading people’s feeds, and the man responsible couldn’t be happier.
Zinke to Reconsider Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan
October 6, 2017
— With an official notice of intent, the secretary of the interior begins the process required to amend the landmark 2015 conservation agreement.
To Remember What Americans Can Achieve Working Together, Look to Utah’s Sagebrush Country
August 3, 2017
— In Box Elder County, incredible progress is being made to restore sagebrush habitat and protect the Greater Sage-Grouse on private and public lands. But the review of federal sage-grouse conservation plans has some nervous.
Watch: Female Hog Island Osprey Defends Remaining Chick From Great Horned Owl
July 21, 2017
— Having already lost two chicks to the raptor, Rachel has been remaining close to the nest and on high alert in a fascinating display of adaptation.
Hog Island’s Osprey Pair Lose Chick to Nighttime Owl Raid
July 11, 2017
— The Great Horned Owl struck the nest a little after midnight, leaving behind two survivors.
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