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.
Visit one of these five famous seawatching destinations on your next birding adventure.
Bald Eagles, Gyrfalcons, and other birds of prey keep to themselves, with some pairs maintaining a nesting territory roughly the size of Chicago.
The hurricane's storm surge created optimal nesting habitat for Snowy Plovers and other beach birds, newly released data show.
A new study finds that Vulturine Guineafowl live in multilevel societies, marking the first time such behavior has been described in avians.
The fierce bird, nicknamed "Ram," is recovering just fine. But the species is at future risk as climate change exacerbates western wildfires.
After a decade since its first sighing, the bird has finally been formally described as a new species, but much remains unknown about its ecology.
Birds can't lose their hearing. So why do we?
Also this month: What is the one U.S. birding destination every birder should visit? And why can't I count the Great White Heron as a lifer?
Once restricted to southern California and the Baja Peninsula, the species' success is tied to an increase in flowery landscaping and nectar feeders.
The Trump administration has stopped holding industry accountable for killing birds, so California stepped in—and other states could do the same.
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