Culture

The National Parks Have a Diversity Problem. This Couple Has Been Working for 20 Years to Fix It.

The National Parks Have a Diversity Problem. This Couple Has Been Working for 20 Years to Fix It.

— Audrey and Frank Peterman want any and everyone to get outside and get involved in the environmental movement.
Birds in the Air: Talking Conservation and Christianity With the Next Generation

Birds in the Air: Talking Conservation and Christianity With the Next Generation

— At Baylor University’s symposium on faith and culture, young leaders made it clear that caring for the environment is at the core of their identity.
Birds Star In One of This Year's Hottest Board Games

Birds Star In One of This Year's Hottest Board Games

— With realistic details birders will love and gameplay that has hardcore gamers buzzing, "Wingspan" bridges two vibrant cultures.
Birding Like It’s 1899: Inside a Blockbuster American West Video Game

Birding Like It’s 1899: Inside a Blockbuster American West Video Game

— In "Red Dead Redemption 2," a birder finds joy and despair in a realistic portrayal of wildlife in the pre-conservation era.
Meet the Cream Puffin, Your New Holiday Baking Challenge

Meet the Cream Puffin, Your New Holiday Baking Challenge

— “Seabird Sue” Schubel wants your family—and Martha Stewart—to taste these Audubon camp favorites.
Reimagining the Tricolored Heron

Tricolored Heron

— With a doomed frog and Mexican flair, illustrator Llew Mejia adds a fresh take on this classic print.
A Mysterious Illegal Egg Trade Imperils Kenya’s Owls

A Mysterious Illegal Egg Trade Imperils Kenya’s Owls

— The raptors are already some of the most persecuted birds in Africa. Now their eggs are being stolen for witchcraft—but few seem to know or care.
Birdy Cocktails for the Holiday Season

Birdy Cocktails for the Holiday Season

— Need another way to rave about birds to your non-birder friends? Break the ice with these avian-inspired cocktails!
Are Birds Actually Government-Issued Drones? So Says a New Conspiracy Theory Making Waves (and Money)

Are Birds Actually Government-Issued Drones? So Says a New Conspiracy Theory Making Waves (and Money)

— Hatched by a 20-year-old college student, the Birds Aren’t Real movement has drawn intrigue and scorn on Instagram, Reddit, and Twitter.
This New Guide Finally Simplifies Gull IDs

This New Guide Finally Simplifies Gull IDs

— By encouraging us to focus on the basics, veteran authors Pete Dunne and Kevin Karlson strive to make gulls less intimidating.
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