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As winter arrives, flocks of these lively little birds suddenly appear across much of the U.S.
Government scientists: “the evidence of human-caused climate change is overwhelming and continues to strengthen.”
“Jason taught me 90 percent of everything I know. He’s been a big part of the bird aspect of my life.”
“If you just look and observe the world around you, you’ll find that things are not that bad.”
From city pavement to country fields, run-birding is picking up speed. We asked the pros why they do it and how to do it best.
The Coastal Resources Barrier Act protects 3.5 million acres of bird habitat and saves taxpayers billions—but it uses decades-old, hand-drawn maps.
This avian utopia has flown under the radar for far too long.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a turkey in the Northeast 50 years ago. Now hundreds of thousands roam suburbs where they thrill and bully residents.