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What a Fateful Expedition to Alaska 100 Years Ago Can Teach Us Today
June 14, 2018
— In his new book "Tip of the Iceberg," Mark Adams explores glaciers, climate change, and a defining moment for turn-of-the-century conservation.
What It's Like to Hold a Baby Penguin
May 16, 2018
— Discover the adorable details in this excerpt from “Penguins in the Desert.”
Win a Copy of the Murder Mystery, "A Shimmer of Hummingbirds"
May 11, 2018
— In the newly released book, detective Domenic Jejeune goes on an exotic birding trip to hunt down his brother's killer.
Why I Use Comics to Share My Love of Birds and Science
April 26, 2018
— Rosemary Mosco, creator of the comic “Bird and Moon,” on how humor, animals, and cartoons are a natural fit.
On the Hunt for Hundreds of Rare Birds Stolen From a Museum
April 24, 2018
— Writer Kirk Johnson accidentally becomes part of the search for the pilfered specimens in this excerpt from the “The Feather Thief."
After 96 Years, Betty Reid Soskin Is Still As Fierce As Ever
February 23, 2018
— In her new memoir, 'Sign My Name to Freedom,' the activist, pioneer, and National Park Service ranger reflects on the many lives she’s lived.
Add These Birder Murder Mysteries to Your Reading List
November 8, 2017
— With titles like 'A Siege of Bitterns' and 'A Cast of Falcons' to his name, novelist Steve Burrows mixes birds and whodunits to great acclaim.
Read an Excerpt From Noah Strycker's Book on His Record-Breaking Year of Birds
October 11, 2017
— Strycker recounts all the gritty and glorious details of his 2015 global Big Year in "Birding Without Borders."
Greater Sage-Grouse Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before
September 22, 2017
— In his new book, photographer Noppadol Paothong focuses his lens on the iconic bird throughout its life cycle.
In 'My Life with Cranes,' George Archibald Recounts an Incredible Career in Conservation
August 30, 2017
— Over the last 40 years, the cofounder of the International Crane Foundation has dedicated his life to saving the world's cranes. Now he shares his story.
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