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Zoo researchers discovered that two female California Condors had reproduced without males, a phenomenon known as parthenogenesis.
Whether you’re looking to increase your awareness outdoors or attract more birds to your home, let this primer be your guide.
Thousands of species exist in a liminal space of conservation—they haven't been seen in a long time, but that doesn't mean they are extinct. Groups hope to crowdsource more rediscoveries.
Before hatching, shorebird embryos sometimes vocalize to their parents. New research shows they can also quiet down when danger is near.
Makawa's knowledge and outdoor skills made him indispensable to the white museum curators cataloging Africa’s birds in the 20th century.
Once thought extinct, the critically endangered quail faces a tough recovery but appears to be gaining a foothold in southern Arizona, where foster fathers help bobwhite chicks learn to live in the wild.