The new documentary showcases males' obsessive preparations and strange performances—and the gazes of female birds watching nearby.
Doris Mager’s treetop sit-in helped to establish the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, which turns 40 this month and has played a big part in restoring Florida’s eagle population.
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.
The Trump administration has stopped holding industry accountable for killing birds, so California stepped in—and other states could do the same.
By bringing the magic and splendor of the refuge to people who are unlikely to ever visit, a traveling immersive installation aims to inspire immediate action against oil development.
There's more to this flying copycat than meets the eye . . . or ear.
A new study finds that only 40 percent of bird specimens are female, a skew in the biodiversity catalogue that limits ecological research.
There's a lot more to these birds than being feeder bullies.
The injunction supports conservationists' claims that the industry-friendly plans are illegal, and puts stronger protections back in place for now.
The incident in Charlotte, North Carolina, has puzzled experts, who can only speculate as to why Chimney Swifts were on the move at night.
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