Each summer captive breeders release hundreds of the birds into Texan prairies—but few survive. Maybe, just maybe, this year they'll get lucky.
Inspired by Audubon science, the new outdoor artwork features the eyes of 100 bird species threatened by climate change.
Three fledged chicks, raised near Canada's largest city, are the latest sign that the endangered Great Lakes population is recovering.
Many pufflings still have their immature downy feathers and have yet to fledge—signs of climate change tampering with seabird diets and survival.
The intense, frequent fires the state has seen in recent years are not normal, and sometimes not healthy for wildlife habitat.
The center's summer series 'Restoration with a Twist' mixes native plants and boozy drinks for a rewarding—and tasty—experience.
More than 75 years after the U.S. government incarcerated 120,000 people, a Japanese American collects stories from survivors and descendants.
In just a decade, three quarters of birds vanished after drought, heat stress, and beetles killed millions of piñon trees in the southwest.
The cartoon character's fictional call can't compare with the soft, cooing song you might hear in southwestern deserts.
The odd-looking foot is perfectly built for getting around on land or water. It's not bad for a little wrestling, either.
Starving chicks, dead fish, and coughing fits are all signs that something is wrong.
Last year the agency revoked a proposed ban on chlorpyrifos, which causes brain damage, against the recommendation of its own science.
Fifty-five years after the infamous prison closed, “The Rock” now hosts thousands of nesting gulls, cormorants, guillemots, and more.
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