The new documentary showcases males' obsessive preparations and strange performances—and the gazes of female birds watching nearby.
Doris Mager’s treetop sit-in helped to establish the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, which turns 40 this month and has played a big part in restoring Florida’s eagle population.
For female White Bellbirds, hearing a suitor's mating call is like putting her head in the speaker at a rock concert, a new study shows.
A new study found significant declines in bird body sizes after analyzing decades of data collected by Chicago’s Field Museum.
The administration's push to drill for oil in the Arctic Refuge and Teshekpuk Lake, places set aside explicitly to protect wildlife, puts us all at risk, biologist Jeff Fair writes.
A new study once again underscores that we need to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius to save many of our most beloved bird species.
Surprisingly, lighter plumage isn't necessarily better in hotter climates.
Just when you thought you knew everything about America's native gobblers, a smoke-phase turkey comes to surprise you.
A labeling program could help scientists and grape growers make vineyards better for wildlife, but for now it's sitting on the shelf.
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