A single colony of 150 birds somehow survived introduced rats, the scourge of New Zealand's birds. Now the race is on to save them from sea level rise.
The Congressman from South Florida has introduced his own carbon tax, a political compromise that aims to reduce emissions on a national scale.
New research shows that American Crows will occasionally interact with the dead—including engaging in necrophilia.
Each summer captive breeders release hundreds of the birds into Texan prairies—but few survive. Maybe, just maybe, this year they'll get lucky.
You don't have to visit Yosemite to see a lot of species.
Three fledged chicks, raised near Canada's largest city, are the latest sign that the endangered Great Lakes population is recovering.
Summer is prime time to share the thrills of outdoor exploration with young ones.
No liquid? No problem for these hardy species.
At 17 years old, the Vancouver native already has more than a decade of experience photographing birds. His winning shots show it.
Inspired by Audubon science, the new outdoor artwork features the eyes of 100 bird species threatened by climate change.
New fossils show that the Spectacled Cormorant, an enormous bird once native to Japan, had a much wider range than anyone thought.
There’s strength in numbers, and many species have learned to work together to protect themselves.
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