Poorer neighborhoods often harbor less quality green space and a lower diversity of birds—an inequity that the pandemic makes hard to ignore.
Also this month: How did the Harris's Sparrow get its name? And what's the difference between a beak and a bill?
Margaret Atwood, Omar El Akkad, Delia Owens, and five other authors are here to help.
The eaglet, spotted by a local birdwatcher, is evidence that Massachusetts' eagle population is thriving after being wiped out by DDT by the mid-1960s.
Also this month: Why do birds sing more in the early morning? And why does North America have so many birds with crests?
House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis offers guidance for rebuilding a cleaner future in the wake of COVID-19
With school out due to COVID-19, Scott Edwards decided to make a lifelong dream a reality. Now his ride has taken on even more meaning.
New research shows that fish eggs don't just survive the journey through a mallard's digestive system intact, but they can still be viable.
Feather brightness may indicate superior genes in species that sport crimson feathers.
As an avian biologist for Audubon Louisiana Katie Percy’s conscience guides the way while her passion drives the work.
SCOTUS delivers historic wins to Dreamers and the LGBTQIA+ community, but there's so much left to do.
Started by Syren Nagakyrie, Disabled Hikers aims to make the outdoors more accessible for a diversity of people and marginalized communities.
Turkey hunters with extra time on their hands are behind a harvest spike that could have lasting impacts, biologists warn.
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