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.
The bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act would provide $1.3 billion a year for at-risk species and offer significant benefits for the country’s approach to conservation.
Ever wondered what it’s like to be a nest box monitor? A teen birder shares her adventures from the field.
Although the colony of some 600 Least Tern nests took a serious hit, the birds managed to fledge 83 chicks this year.
That's right, many chicks produce a portable case for their poop. Here are some possible reasons why.
Can you identify this diver's yodel as it carries across northern lakes?
You don't have to visit Yosemite to see a lot of species.
Summer is prime time to share the thrills of outdoor exploration with young ones.
No liquid? No problem for these hardy species.
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