What compels birders to hunker down in dark, often cramped structures? An intimate view of avian lives. But as with birds, every blind has its own character—and story.
The burns, conducted by Audubon Great Lakes and others, stave off invasive plants while spurring new growth at sites across the region.
The high-tech nesting boxes catch feathered families on camera for science, education, and pure entertainment.
CRISPR, a new gene-editing technology, has the potential to help scientists combat invasive predators. But is tinkering with nature worth the risk?
As captured by a New York City photographer and wildlife-rehab volunteer.
Feeding shifts are helping the seabird survive warming oceans and preserve a reliant tundra ecosystem—at least in the short term.
Once badly injured, the recovered bird now teaches residents of Curaçao about the importance of conservation.
By falling short of his Rooseveltian rhetoric, the Interior Secretary is endangering his department's (and his self-proclaimed idol's) legacy.
Artist Dan Winters turns the lanky wader into a 'creature of lore.'
Protecting birds and the environment doesn’t have to come at the cost of economic health and growth.
Our commitment to rigorous reporting stretches back more than a century—and far into the future.
Congratulations to the champions—and to all those who strive to share the beauty of birds.
Like people, birds depend on water, relying on it during migration, breeding, and nesting. But increasing pressures on already scarce Western waters have put birds and other wildlife in a perilous situation.
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