In a New York Times op-ed, Jim Minick outlines the many ways lead threatens public safety and the sanctity of birds.
In Honduras, species are migrating upslope to escape deforestation and climate change, illustrating a global trend. But space isn't infinite.
Charles Kellogg advocated for California's redwood forests to crowds across the country—while warbling from a giant tree-mobile.
Inspired by the Red-cockaded Woodpecker's resilience, the Houston Astros affiliate has chosen the bird to be its official mascot.
Hatched by a 20-year-old college student, the Birds Aren’t Real movement has drawn intrigue and scorn on Instagram, Reddit, and Twitter.
New research breaks down the fundamentals required to smoothly go from perched to airborne.
After a friendly tip, a canceled flight, and a rented bike, Liron Gertsman snapped this intimate shot of the inquisitive bird
By encouraging us to focus on the basics, veteran authors Pete Dunne and Kevin Karlson strive to make gulls less intimidating.
Predators now wipe out 70 percent of shorebird nests in the far north, a shift in historical patterns that scientists pin on climate change.
North America is home to several striking drakes, and autumn is the best season to see their fresh plumage.
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Jane Kim's mural documents the rise of Aves across the world, while staying true to the artist’s aesthetic.
Live chicks can go for thousands of dollars on the black market. So dedicated locals have banded together to protect the birds and their nests.
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