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At the Smithsonian's world-class breeding center, conservationists are working to preserve a beloved New Zealand bird and culture.
When you want to add exotic birds to your life list, pack light.
Cultural icon Tony Fitzpatrick blends folk art with his bird obsession.
An incredible array of avian life is a short plane ride away.
Considered the most biodiverse place in the world, the Yasuní is in danger of being ruined through the exploitation of its natural resources. And time is running out to save it.
Russian submarines? Black-ops helicopters? Vigilante sheepdogs? Cannibal snakes? Weird theories abound for the causes of the baffling case.
As the country’s only criminal forensic ornithologist, Pepper Trail has pieced together the demise of countless birds—and saved many others.
Without human intervention, dozens of the magnificent seabirds would starve to death at their nesting site each year.
When you protect birds, you protect the planet. And each one of us has the power to make things better for birds.
Paul Bannick has spent a decade photographing owls for his latest book. Here’s why he loves them—and what he’s learned.
Twenty-one children want to hold the federal government accountable for climate change, potentially changing how we handle environmental law.
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