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A new study finds that Vulturine Guineafowl live in multilevel societies, marking the first time such behavior has been described in avians.
The fierce bird, nicknamed "Ram," is recovering just fine. But the species is at future risk as climate change exacerbates western wildfires.
Department of Interior Secretary David Bernhardt's decision will allow sand to be removed from important bird and wildlife habitats.
After a decade since its first sighing, the bird has finally been formally described as a new species, but much remains unknown about its ecology.
This September, Magnolia Grove Audubon from University of Mississippi and Birds of a Feather from Rust College volunteered together at the 20th Annual Hummingbird Celebration at Strawberry Plains Audubon Center.