There's still a lot scientists don't know about odor in the avian world, but this much is clear: Some species really smell.
If they’re paying enough attention to birds to ask questions, they’re halfway to becoming an advocate for wildlife.
New research shows how extra-complex melanosomes in hummingbird feathers make light dance in fascinating ways.
The package of energy bills supports investment in energy innovation, but Congress must make changes to take full advantage of this opportunity for significant progress on climate mitigation
Avian sunbathing has mystified ornithologists for decades, but some recent research is confirming an old suspicion that the behavior helps fend off lice.
Little Rock Audubon Center will launch a Solar Learning Lab to provide community education on clean energy
The famed conductor traveled at night, employing deep knowledge of the region's environment and wildlife to communicate, navigate, and survive.
Many birds with unusual beaks aren't born with them.
Grackles going after your pancakes? Gulls want a fry? Some resorts and beaches have an answer: a raptor at your service.
Last week the governor announced a plan to create ad-hoc habitat for the state's biggest breeding colony, which recently saw its 30-year-old site paved over for a major construction project. But time is of the essence.
Black-throated Blue Warblers now start spring migration 5.5 days sooner than they did in the 1960s, a new study finds. Is climate change to blame?
Also this month: How many bird species are technically in the U.S.? And what the heck is the Patagonia Picnic Table Effect?
Some species have figured out that, when released from the right height onto a hard surface, even nuts or shellfish can make a (sort of) easy meal.
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