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Listen to the Loudest Bird Ever Recorded

Listen to the Loudest Bird Ever Recorded

— For female White Bellbirds, hearing a suitor's mating call is like putting her head in the speaker at a rock concert, a new study shows.
How Well Do You Know the Blue Jay?

How Well Do You Know the Blue Jay?

— There's a lot more to these birds than being feeder bullies.
Judge Blocks Trump Administration Plans that Lifted Sage-Grouse Protections

Judge Blocks Trump Administration Plans that Lifted Sage-Grouse Protections

— The injunction supports conservationists' claims that the industry-friendly plans are illegal, and puts stronger protections back in place for now.
Hundreds of Swifts Struck the NASCAR Hall of Fame Last Night; 97 Died on Impact

Hundreds of Swifts Struck the NASCAR Hall of Fame Last Night; 97 Died on Impact

— The incident in Charlotte, North Carolina, has puzzled experts, who can only speculate as to why Chimney Swifts were on the move at night.
How to Be a Low-Carbon Traveler

How to Be a Low-Carbon Traveler

— Easy tips for getting from A to B without emitting so much C.
How to Help Green Your Town

How to Help Green Your Town

— From the workplace to city hall, here are some ways to make your community more climate-friendly.
How to Hack Your Local Food System to Prevent Waste

How to Hack Your Local Food System to Prevent Waste

— Farm-to-table is the buzzword, but too often farm-to-landfill is the reality.
How to Strategically Organize for a Cause

How to Strategically Organize for a Cause

— Mobilizing people isn't enough. You need the right network and a plan.
Why Towns Should Prepare for the Climate Displaced

Why Towns Should Prepare for the Climate Displaced

— Climate change is already causing people to relocate. As more hometowns become inhospitable, yours might be able to help.
Why You Should Support Green Infrastructure

Why You Should Support Green Infrastructure

— By working with nature, not against it, we can mitigate climate disasters while creating vital habitat.