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Meet the Bird Brainiacs: American Crow
February 29, 2016 — Corvid expert John Marzluff scans crows’ brains to crack the mystery of what makes these smart birds so successful.
Meet the Bird Brainiacs: Common Raven
February 29, 2016 — Tortoise biologist Tim Shields is trying to keep an endangered species from being eaten by ravens—without harming a feather in the process.
Here’s the Ugly Mess Coal’s Decline Could Leave Behind
February 29, 2016 — Some of the biggest companies haven’t been setting aside resources to clean up their mines, and the Interior Department is stepping in.
Meet the Bird Brainiacs: Eurasian Jay
February 29, 2016 — Superstar scientist Nicky Clayton uses worms and chocolate teddy bears to help figure out where bird and human intelligence intersect.
Lessons From the World’s Biggest Year
February 29, 2016 — After 365 days and a new world record, Noah reflects on what he learned—and shares some tips for anyone itching to get outside.
Sonoma Creek Marsh’s New Look is a Boon for Wildlife
February 29, 2016 — Thanks to the efforts of three conservation groups, a crucial piece of California wetland is now open for business.
How Two Old Pipelines Put the Great Lakes (and its Birds) at Risk
February 29, 2016 — Environmentalists' worry over a decades-old oil pipeline running under Michigan's water has inspired them to keep closer tabs on local wildlife.
Five of the Most Epic Bird Heists in History
February 29, 2016 — When bird meets bandit, there's usually an unhappy ending. Here are some of the craziest.
Walking the Sustainability Walk
February 29, 2016 — It’s more important than ever to do business with green companies.
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