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After decades of debate and searching, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed removing the bird along with 22 other species from the endangered species list.
Longstanding Migratory Bird Treaty Act protections will be reinstated and a key process to strengthen the rules now begins.
Dave Mull is a professional skater known for pulling jaw-dropping stunts, but his social media followers get a peek into his other passion: birds.
Each migration season, millions of birds die in cities by crashing into buildings. Now a growing trend toward sustainable design could open the door to safer passage.
To force fossil fuel companies to cover the costs of unnatural disasters, more than 20 municipalities are suing them over decades of deception.
Wildlife refuges, agriculture and cities face water shortages
It's the first time this variant has been detected in a wild, non-migratory North American species, but there's no cause for alarm yet, experts say.
With big spending bills on the horizon, Congress needs to prioritize water security for people and birds.