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Most migratory birds make their epic annual journeys under cover of darkness. Modern technologies are helping scientists understand the perils these nocturnal voyagers face to better protect them.
The founding father of American birding soared on the wings of white privilege. The birding community and organizations that bear his name must grapple with this racist legacy to create a more just, inclusive world.
The pandemic prodded me to fulfill a lifelong dream of living on a boat. I’m learning the ropes surrounded by the birds of my North Carolina childhood.
Bipartisan legislation will benefit birds, other wildlife, and communities.
Meeting the goal of halving emissions by 2030 will require bipartisan cooperation, and would benefit both birds and people.
In “A Most Remarkable Creature,” musician Jonathan Meiburg seeks to understand one of the world’s most peculiar birds.
Earth Day presents us with a moment to commit to meaningful change.
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