News

A Video Captures the Dreadful Toll Window Strikes Take on Migrating Birds

— Grisly visuals from New York City show mass bird death, but they're just a glimpse of what happens in cities nationwide.

You Could Use Some Good Bird News

— Stop doomscrolling and check out these hopeful stories.

How a Photographer Captured This Eerie Shot of Godwits in the Haze

— Sebastian Velasquez ventured onto a smoky California beach to photograph birds foraging in a landscape choked by wildfire.

Why Switzerland Is Growing A Native Plant Oasis in the Heart of Washington

— The Swiss ambassador, an avid birder and bird photographer, is on a mission to remake a former farm into a biodiversity haven.

Chicago's Rose the Piping Plover Hits the Beach in Florida Just in Time for World Shorebird Day

— Staff with Audubon Great Lakes and Audubon Florida work collectively year-round to keep the plovers safe no matter where they are.

Preparing for a Botulism Outbreak on the Klamath

— Wildlife Rehabilitators with Bird Ally X Give an Insider’s Look

Nesting Common Terns Get a New Island Home in Buffalo

— The newly constructed island is a part of a larger suite of bird and fish habitat restoration projects in the Niagara River and environs.

Feeding Birds Could Get Pricey This Year

— The severe drought pummeling the West and the Great Plains is one key reason for an expected spike in the cost of popular bird foods.

Ask Kenn: Why Have Roseate Spoonbills Invaded the North This Summer?

— Also this month: Is fall really the hardest season for identifying birds? Kenn Kaufman doesn't think so.

Take a Trip to the 'Eighth Continent'

— Pioneering scientist Meg Lowman’s new memoir, "The Arbornaut," details her career studying biodiversity in the tree canopy.