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.
Long ago, glaciers wiped out earthworms across the northern U.S.—until new ones arrived with European travelers.
Audubon’s advocacy put new state grant dollars on the ground in Arizona, helping restore native plant communities along waterways.
The way these fish-eating raptors carry their prey suggests their brains have evolved to divvy up complex tasks.
People of color already face more pollution linked to a higher risk of dying from COVID-19, and now the government is easing air-quality regulations.
Saw a bird but you're not sure how to describe it? Here are the details to include in that text to your bird-nerd buddy.
In the world of academia, predatory journals with almost no vetting process abound. One researcher had enough.
On Colorado’s grasslands, Rachel Hopper skillfully captures the beauty and brutality of this fierce songbird’s distinctive style of food storage.
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