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A Michigan banding program enlists off-season sportsmen and women to locate the little "timberdoodles" and gather valuable conservation data.
Behind its trippy style and talking animals, there’s a surreal familiarity to Lisa Hanawalt’s universe. We asked the artist and writer about its origins.
Increased funding benefits birds nationwide and builds on U.S. House support of conservation.
The success of Pride Hikes shows that LGBTQ-safe spaces outdoors continue to be needed—and cherished.
New evidence suggests that the ancient hominids held raptors in high esteem—and might have even passed that practice to us.
A new study shows that almost the entire population winters in a region with rampant deforestation—a finding that could help target conservation.