Bilingual birding can offer a deeper understanding of the species we seek, while also helping to bridge communities across the Americas.
Twenty-six youth apprentices painted the murals of climate-threatened birds on the walls of a local playground.
Birds like Roseate Spoonbills and Burrowing Owls are ending up in the stomachs of hungry pythons and nile monitors. Is it too late to stop them?
The exotic pink birds appearing up north are part of a larger wading bird wave, driven by this summer's breeding boom on the Gulf Coast.
Bobwhites and other struggling grassland birds have found refuge on a replanted mining tract in Kentucky, even as the habitat itself is in limbo.
Multimillion-dollar sales of songbirds heap pressure on species already in decline. We go inside the covert investigation to capture traffickers.
Conservation wins take time to build—and quick action to protect.
Polluting shouldn't be free; it's time for a price on carbon.
After two decades the Flathead Indian Reservation’s breeding program prepares for its swan song.
If approved, the Trump administration's plan would weaken the law in a number of ways, including stripping protections for birds on the brink.
Shorter comment periods. Fewer public meetings. Lost comments. Federal agencies are making it more difficult for citizens to weigh in on environmental rules and actions.
The first results show that eight rare birds are goners. Conservationists hope they can use the science to focus on species with a chance of survival.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund protects habitat critical for birds and beloved by birders. Just days before it expires, lawmakers are working together to extend it permanently.
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