Jenna O’Donnell

Articles by Jenna O'Donnell

10 Major Audubon Conservation Wins from 2016
December 27, 2016 — It's been a pretty good year for helping birds and the environment.
Want to Photograph Boreal Birds This Winter? Head to Minnesota's Sax-Zim Bog
December 21, 2016 — A winter haven for elusive northern species such as Great Gray Owls, the area is a popular destination for photographers and birders.
One Birder's Yearlong Quest to Photograph Every Bird Species In Washington State
December 19, 2016 — In a different kind of big year, a Seattle woman set out to capture each of the state's birds and their various habitats.
10 Spectacular Owl Photos You Have to See
December 13, 2016 — In a new book, photographer Paul Bannick brings his wide-eyed subjects to life through rare and inspiring snapshots.
13 Fun Birding Events to Fill Your Winter Weekends
December 06, 2016 — Grab your calendars and mark down these avian activities from Oregon to Florida.
Hundreds of Tufted Puffin Deaths Suggest Dangers of Warming Seas
November 23, 2016 — The recent die-off is the latest in a string of mysterious seabird mortalities in the Pacific Ocean.
The Common Swift Is the New Record Holder for Longest Uninterrupted Flight
November 07, 2016 — Scientists have found that the birds can stay in the air for 10 months straight. That is a very long time.
Yes! More Australian Night Parrots Have Been Discovered
November 01, 2016 — The nocturnal bird is so rare that it was once thought to be extinct. This recent discovery gives its struggling population a big boost.
Seven Nifty Jays That Aren’t Blue Jays
October 24, 2016 — Not that there's anything wrong with the Blue Jay, but there is a big, wonderful world of jays out there. Get to know some new ones.
Pied Butcherbirds, Virtuosos of the Bird World, Croon Like Jazz Singers
October 20, 2016 — The Australian songbirds structure their songs like improvisational jazz riffs, according to a new study.