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.
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.
Looking to learn bird songs? Here are some courses and tools to guide you no matter your skill level.
Over the past 14 years, Martin Guth has built a monopoly on some of the world's rarest birds. Will his secretive organization ultimately help the parrots—or push to them closer to extinction?
A photographer spent years on rushing streams in the Rocky Mountains documenting the remarkable American Dipper.
Rosemary Mosco, creator of ‘Bird and Moon,’ shares tips and techniques for turning a funny idea into a cartoon.
The Mexican Duck is now its own species, and the Northwestern Crow officially gets lumped with American Crow.
The simple act of drawing can change the way you look at the world—and the way you understand birds. Get started with this video series.
It's no coincidence that the avian-themed songs on biologist Amanda Gallinat's playlist echo the order of a field guide.
Wildlife health is not separate from our own. To forestall new infectious "spillover" events, experts are looking to familiar conservation tools.
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