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A new study shows patterns uncovered by community scientists over 50 years have repercussions for both wildlife and people
The reissue of this love letter to birds, by the noted author's late partner Graeme Gibson, delves into the varied intersections between human and avian lives.
Timberdoodles have one of the wildest mating rituals among North American birds, and you should definitely check it out. Here’s how.
El Estado debe aprovechar la oportunidad para financiar la protección del agua y el medio ambiente.
Volunteers removed thousands of pounds of hurricane debris and helped southwest Louisiana bounce back from a tough hurricane season.
Using tiny tracking devices, researcher Chris Tonra and the Prothonotary Warbler Working Group are informing key conservation efforts.
Feral parrots in North America’s hottest city have found a creative way to stay cool in extreme heat, expected to get worse with climate change.