Birding

How ‘Game of Thrones’ Gets Packed With Birds (and Not Just Ravens)

How ‘Game of Thrones’ Gets Packed With Birds (and Not Just Ravens)

— Come to meet the man who puts Prothonotary Warbler calls in Kings Landing. Stay for a bonus field guide to the birdlife of Westeros.
Six Eye-Catching Warblers That Deserve Your Attention

Six Eye-Catching Warblers That Deserve Your Attention

— Spring is the ideal season to spot songbirds of every hue. Here’s your introduction to a common North American family.
When Women Run the Bird World

When Women Run the Bird World

— For decades female birders have been the silent majority. Now they’re starting their own movements to transform a privileged culture.
A Birder's Workout Guide for Preventing Warbler Neck

A Birder's Workout Guide for Preventing Warbler Neck

— Feeling the burn during migration? Build your core muscles with these six expert-approved exercises.
Here’s Why Birds Rub Their Beaks on Stuff

Here’s Why Birds Rub Their Beaks on Stuff

— There’s more to this behavior than meets the eye. Some of it meets the nose.
Birders of the World Can Now Learn Close to a Thousand Species in Arabic

Birders of the World Can Now Learn Close to a Thousand Species in Arabic

— The new “Birds of the Middle East” app makes the region's rich avian offerings accessible to schoolkids, residents, and travelers.
How a Bird's Habitat Influences Its Song

How a Bird's Habitat Influences Its Song

— Whether in the open tundra or a dense marsh, if a bird wants to be heard, certain sounds travel better than others.
Get Yourself to Indiana's First National Park, Where the Birds Abound

Get Yourself to Indiana's First National Park, Where the Birds Abound

— With an upcoming festival celebrating spring migration, it’s time to explore the rare habitats and hundreds of species at Indiana Dunes.
Rude: Kingfishers, Grebes, and Gulls Are Among the Internet's Least Popular Birds

Rude: Kingfishers, Grebes, and Gulls Are Among the Internet's Least Popular Birds

— A new analysis of Google searches suggests some pretty great species aren't getting the attention they deserve. It's time to change that.
If You Can Identify Any of These Birds, You're Ready for Climate Watch

If You Can Identify Any of These Birds, You're Ready for Climate Watch

— And if you can't yet, learn them here so you can help Audubon track how certain species are adjusting to climate change.
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