New research finds that Carolina Chickadees require a landscape with 70 percent native plants to keep their population steady.
For the visually impaired, learning to bird by ear can be a fun challenge that also makes nature more accessible. Here, one birder shares his story.
The homes of the Vikings and the Loons stand in stark contrast when it comes to preventing avian collisions. They’re both also about to be tested.
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.
With Explore Species, you can access the breadth of Cornell's avian intel from a single, interactive portal.
New research has found yet another link between modern avians and their ancestors.
As colder weather sets in, some small birds form mixed flocks to increase their chances of survival.
In a New York Times op-ed, Jim Minick outlines the many ways lead threatens public safety and the sanctity of birds.
An analysis of campaign spending on I-1631 finds a $15-million grassroots effort up against $31 million of out-of-state oil money.
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