A growing body of research shows that more species eat truffles than we realize, benefitting the mushrooms and the trees they grow on.
Outrage isn't enough. Robin DiAngelo, the author of ‘White Fragility,’ explains why the birding community must examine itself.
A grassland species named for an ornithologist who later became a Confederate general, the longspur has sparked a fiery debate over which honorific bird names should be reconsidered. Some say all of them.
Flexible tools and timed releases help support people and birds in central New Mexico.
Powerful gapers have stronger muscles for opening the bill than for closing it—perfect for prying objects open to reveal the morsels inside.
Youth Environmental Summit 2020 will provide advocacy training and networking for environmentally minded college students across the political spectrum.
The NFL team's racist name is finally gone. The Birdist has some suggestions for what should replace it.
Researchers could use birders' sharp eyes to help with these digital community-science projects.
On Florida's Marco Island, families of the small owls live among the locals, who keep a close eye on the birds to ensure they will always feel welcome.
Black and Say's Phoebes share much of the same territory, but they prefer very different habitats.
Remote tools like Zoom help young conservation leaders join Audubon North Carolina to engage in advocacy.
If you find yourself losing interest in common birds, it might be time to start appreciating them in a new way.
A new interpretation of the National Environmental Policy Act limits its power and scope, ignores climate change, and cuts marginalized communities out of decisions, critics say.
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