Articles by Daisy Yuhas

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Explore a Habitat Patch

By Daisy Yuhas
June 23, 2021 — Learn how to pick a perfect “patch,” a spot for regular birding, and learn about the ways birds rely on important resources like food and water.
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Bird Song Became Softer During the Pandemic Thanks to Less Noise Pollution

By Daisy Yuhas
March 19, 2021 — The relative quiet of the past year offered a rare chance to study how birds are affected by our growing cacophony. But the silence won't last.

A Year of the Pandemic: How Have Birds and Other Wildlife Responded?

By Daisy Yuhas
March 09, 2021 — The slowdown in human activity—a period scientists are calling the “anthropause”—was a mixed bag for animals.

Europe's Northern Bald Ibis Flies Again

By Daisy Yuhas
March 31, 2014 — Back from the brink, these resurrection birds still face threats.

Dr. Emily Doolittle on the Music of Birds

By Daisy Yuhas
February 26, 2014 — This researcher studies the musician wren's sweet song.

Opening Eyes on Chicago's South Side

By Daisy Yuhas
February 18, 2014 — A new group inspires locals to focus on natural places in the city.

Ptarmigan May Be Tops in Adapting to Winter Weather

By Daisy Yuhas
February 14, 2014 — Only one bird genus molts into all-white feathers each year.

Sea Eagle Steals Video Camera, Films An Accidental Aerial Movie

By Daisy Yuhas
December 04, 2013 — An Australian eagle captures some amazing footage after stealing a ranger's camera.

Birdlife Can Recover in Fragmented Amazon, But It Takes Decades

By Daisy Yuhas
November 15, 2013 — As humans continue to clear rainforest, there are some hopeful findings.

Climate Change Shifts Bird Migration—One Generation at a Time

By Daisy Yuhas
November 12, 2013 — Biologists unravel how warming weather causes some birds to migrate earlier.