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A glut of natural gas has led to a U.S. production surge in tiny plastic pellets, called nurdles, that are washing up on coasts by the millions.
Researchers could use birders' sharp eyes to help with these digital community-science projects.
If you find yourself losing interest in common birds, it might be time to start appreciating them in a new way.
Looking to learn bird songs? Here are some courses and tools to guide you no matter your skill level.
A photographer spent years on rushing streams in the Rocky Mountains documenting the remarkable American Dipper.
Rosemary Mosco, creator of ‘Bird and Moon,’ shares tips and techniques for turning a funny idea into a cartoon.
The simple act of drawing can change the way you look at the world—and the way you understand birds. Get started with this video series.
It's no coincidence that the avian-themed songs on biologist Amanda Gallinat's playlist echo the order of a field guide.
Wildlife health is not separate from our own. To forestall new infectious "spillover" events, experts are looking to familiar conservation tools.
Creating our summer issue meant balancing the desire for escape with a deeper need to face the moment.
Take a scroll through this year's spectacular, artistic, and playful avian images, while reading the story behind each.
Angela Haseltine Pozzi's nonprofit turns litter from Oregon beaches into 'beautiful and horrifying' sculptures of wildlife harmed by plastic pollution.
As politicians and the fossil fuel industry seek to restore a status quo, the course chosen now will dictate our climate future.
If you want a country where birds and people thrive, support candidates who will deliver on their promises for a better future—for everyone.
As the nation continues to confront racism, the birding community must embrace difficult conversations.
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