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Baby Cinereous Mourners disguise themselves to look like caterpillars, and researchers have the photos to prove it.
"Today’s signing of the Chief of Engineers' Report for the Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP) is a crucial step in restoring America’s Ever
An airport in Florida has a four-legged solution for keeping birds away from planes.
The oldest known bird in the wild lays another egg.
CONTACT: Steve Cary, Operations Manager, Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary, 505-983-4609, ext 27,
Last year, record numbers of Snowy Owls left the Arctic in search of warmer weather and more abundant hunting grounds down south.
Tess, a resident of the Pueblo Zoo, received radiation therapy and is doing well.
Ever since medieval times this raptor has been regarded by falconers as a fearsome and beautiful hunter.