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What It's Like to Hold a Baby Penguin
May 16, 2018
— Discover the adorable details in this excerpt from “Penguins in the Desert.”
Win a Copy of the Murder Mystery, "A Shimmer of Hummingbirds"
May 11, 2018
— In the newly released book, detective Domenic Jejeune goes on an exotic birding trip to hunt down his brother's killer.
Why I Use Comics to Share My Love of Birds and Science
April 26, 2018
— Rosemary Mosco, creator of the comic “Bird and Moon,” on how humor, animals, and cartoons are a natural fit.
On the Hunt for Hundreds of Rare Birds Stolen From a Museum
April 24, 2018
— Writer Kirk Johnson accidentally becomes part of the search for the pilfered specimens in this excerpt from the “The Feather Thief."
Inside Reality Star Spencer Pratt’s Hummingbird Empire
April 9, 2018
— Almost a decade after “The Hills,” the Los Angeles native has found a new fan base in the hundreds of hummers that visit his decked-out home.
Sirens of Greek Myth Were Bird-Women, Not Mermaids
April 6, 2018
— A new translation of Homer’s Odyssey corrects the record: The Sirens' seductive power lies with their otherworldly, avian knowledge.
March 23, 2018
— Artist Keith Negley adds imaginative flourishes to an exquisite pair of birds.
Ten of the Best Podcasts About Birds
March 16, 2018
— So you can get your birding fill, even when you can't get outside.
After 96 Years, Betty Reid Soskin Is Still As Fierce As Ever
February 23, 2018
— In her new memoir, 'Sign My Name to Freedom,' the activist, pioneer, and National Park Service ranger reflects on the many lives she’s lived.
John James Audubon Made a Mardi Gras Appearance
February 22, 2018
— The Rex parade, New Orleans’ oldest Mardi Gras parade, featured the naturalist in a celebration of the city’s history.
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