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A modified dialect of male song began in a local population in western Canada and, in two decades, traveled to birds more than 1,800 miles away.
Outrage isn't enough. Robin DiAngelo, the author of ‘White Fragility,’ explains why the birding community must examine itself.
The eaglet, spotted by a local birdwatcher, is evidence that Massachusetts' eagle population is thriving after being wiped out by DDT by the mid-1960s.
Also this month: Why do birds sing more in the early morning? And why does North America have so many birds with crests?
The new infrastructure package would provide critical resources for the nation’s man-made and natural infrastructure.