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As the body of migration research grows exponentially, providing access to data and connecting scientists allow for more collaboration and public engagement.
A 10-year-old Facebook group celebrates the surprising and weird sightings that can mark a birding trip—no actual birds required.
Maintaining reliable bird population data makes bird conservation more effective.
U.S. populations of the seabird have crashed in the past half century. Researchers hope an upcoming series of surveys will reveal how dire the situation is—and if the bird should be considered endangered.
Audubon's Statement on Congresswoman Walorski's Lasting Impact in the Great Lakes