Elmer's Island Wildlife Refuge hosts almost 200 species of birds annually. That seems like a bad place for airplanes.
Due to a likely food shortage in their Canadian range, the birds have started showing up throughout the U.S. in droves.
Liven up your life list with a trip to a cemetery. After all, they weren't just built to house bones and graves.
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.
New research finds that Carolina Chickadees require a landscape with 70 percent native plants to keep their population steady.
Found in sub-Saharan Africa, Red-billed Queleas are so plentiful that a single colony can span hundreds of acres.
From ochre to hellfire orange, these birds scream Halloween in any season.
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.
And yet, despite warming twice as fast, our parks still remain the best protection for wildlife adjusting to changing environments.
A series of high-profile poisonings and shootings has drawn attention to age-old fears and conflicts that fuel these wildlife crimes.
Or, as locals in the Southwest once called it, the "lightning bird."
Sick Red Knots, Sanderlings, and Ruddy Turnstones have been turning up at hospitals in record numbers as toxic algal blooms take their toll.
Songbirds are among a select few animals that can pick up new languages by ear. But recent research shows that timing is crucial.
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