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New research provides support for splitting the Northern Cardinal into multiple species.
The behavior, called canopy feeding, is an especially effective way to hunt.
Gavel in hand, the new House Natural Resources chairman is ready to take on industry and work to restore protections for birds and public lands.
The rarity popped up at the Beijing Zoo earlier this month, revealing a booming Chinese birding scene.
Emails show that, at BP’s request, EPA handed control of the Anaconda Copper Mine to Nevada, sidelining tribes and residents who fear they'll never have clean water.
In Oaxaca, Mexico, many U.S. bird species mingle with residents of the tropics as the weather starts to chill.
And how to find them.
A government report claims that extracting 120 million barrels of oil from the Arctic Ocean will lower global carbon emissions. Economists disagree.
Coming in many shapes, colors, and sizes, strange mouth markings might aid in chick survival.
Thanks to a rearranged skull and brain, this bird can forage for worms while keeping watch for predators.
The public can now weigh in on the Trump administration's analysis of how oil development will affect birds and wildlife on Alaska's coastal plain.
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