There's still a lot scientists don't know about odor in the avian world, but this much is clear: Some species really smell.
If they’re paying enough attention to birds to ask questions, they’re halfway to becoming an advocate for wildlife.
New research shows how extra-complex melanosomes in hummingbird feathers make light dance in fascinating ways.
In 1908, Joseph Grinnell began a 30-year project to document the state’s wildlife. Now, a modern resurvey of his study sites is yielding unprecedented insights into birds’ vulnerabilities and resilience.
Women in India have banded together to build empathy for the Greater Adjutant Stork—starting by celebrating the bird's nesting season.
Participants in the Sagebrush in Prisons Project find peace and purpose helping the bird's habitat recover from increasingly devastating wildfires.
Carbofuran, a century-old chemical, is increasingly being weaponized against birds and other wildlife, decimating entire food webs.
An upcoming book gives voice to Lucy Bakewell Audubon, whose invisible labor fueled her husband John James Audubon's famous works.
An Audubon center is fighting to protect Dayton's Knoop Prairie from development, saying the environmental costs go too far.
Ornithologists are trying to correct biases and misguided assumptions that can undermine environmental efforts and scientific knowledge.
By examining our past, we can navigate toward a better, safer future.
Ana Galvañ uses warm tones, stencil textures, and bold shapes to reimagine this graceful seabird.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, David Yarnold shares thoughts of empathy, compassion, and community.
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