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A new Audubon report pinpoints 30 projects that, if financed, would be a boon for birds and people alike.
South Carolina’s Crab Bank gets a second chance, thanks to quick work by a flotilla of activists.
Thirteen years ago, six teens helped launch a group for young birders in Ohio. Since then, others across the world have adopted their model.
New research to discover the birds' mysterious winter foraging grounds may help protect the species as climate change transforms Antarctica.
More scientists are embracing inventive ways to decode the biology and behavior of a unique bird family.
A community-science project helps conservationists understand—and protect—the imperiled migratory species.
To treat human disorders like ADHD, neuroscientist Shreesh Mysore has unlocked the key to the Barn Owl’s extraordinary focus.
By writing their own accounting rules, EPA and DOI officials are justifying decisions that endanger our health.
Birds bring people together, but sometimes it requires a thoughtful assist.
Visual storyteller Maude White honed her falcon with years of practice and a small, sharp knife.
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