For the first time, researchers have estimated the volume of total avian loss in the Western Hemisphere—and it’s not just threatened species that are declining. Many backyard favorites are also losing ground.
A new study on wild sparrows found that one of the most widely used neonicotinoid pesticides puts bird populations at risk.
In his twenties the ornithologist had an audacious idea: to restore puffins to the Maine coast. Upon his retirement he reflects on how he pulled it off.
The new documentary showcases males' obsessive preparations and strange performances—and the gazes of female birds watching nearby.
A new study finds that only 40 percent of bird specimens are female, a skew in the biodiversity catalogue that limits ecological research.
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.
There's a lot more to these birds than being feeder bullies.
The injunction supports conservationists' claims that the industry-friendly plans are illegal, and puts stronger protections back in place for now.
The incident in Charlotte, North Carolina, has puzzled experts, who can only speculate as to why Chimney Swifts were on the move at night.
Easy tips for getting from A to B without emitting so much C.
From the workplace to city hall, here are some ways to make your community more climate-friendly.
Farm-to-table is the buzzword, but too often farm-to-landfill is the reality.
Mobilizing people isn't enough. You need the right network and a plan.
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