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In an unprecedented study, scientists used high-tech geolocators to track the paths and stopover sites of the globe-trotting shorebirds.
Start practicing with these helpful, weekly quizzes, which cover everything from corvids, to hawks, to birdy headdresses.
This Bush Stone-curlew became a punchline after spending too much time gazing at its own reflection. So, what was it thinking?
A birder's run-in with unexpected warblers taught him how migratory songbirds use native trees and plants.
The Smithsonian scientist combined her eye for microscopic detail with a lifelong interest in engines to found the field of forensic ornithology.