Portrait of Sarah T. Dubb looking out over wetlands at sunset.
Twice-Shy Lovebirds Open Their Hearts in This Steamy (and Birdy!) Romance Novel
June 04, 2024 — Sarah T. Dubb’s debut rom-com, “Birding With Benefits,” celebrates love, new beginnings, and a really great checklist—all under the Tucson sun.
A group of people sitting on lawn chairs and blankets in the grass, all looking in the same direction with binoculars and cameras.
A New Book From the Feminist Bird Club Offers a Fresh Framework for Birders
November 17, 2023 — Not your typical birding guide, the book explores how we can promote the well-being of birds alongside the people that care for them.
A young woman outside near a river holds a tripod and spotting scope and looks at the camera.
Mya-Rose Craig’s Search for Family Amid an Extraordinary Life of World Birding
August 15, 2023 — Birdgirl, a memoir by the 21-year-old birder and activist, is an affecting story of a daughter seeking her parents as they, together, seek birds.
Waterfowl on a pond seen through tall grass, the end of a gun visible in the foreground.
Two New Books By Unlikely Advocates Make the Conservation Case for Hunting
May 09, 2023 — A birder and a Brooklynite examine their opposition to hunting, give it a try, and—finding a deeper sense of stewardship—urge others to reconsider.
A flock of Sandhill Cranes fly in a line against a blue sky, the moon in the background.
‘Flight Paths’ Unfurls the Wondrous History of Migration Science
March 10, 2023 — A new book details how amateur birders and bird-loving scientists pieced together the true story of avian migration.
A flock of pigeons takes off from a city street.
A New Book Explores Our Disdain for Pests
February 09, 2023 — Journalist Bethany Brookshire argues that the idea of a “pest” is more about humans’ view of unwanted animals than the critters themselves.
Ziggy Marley Is Here to Teach Kids About ‘Vulture Culture’
April 26, 2022 — A new children’s book by the musician and his wife, Orly, aims to educate youth on the threats the birds face and the vital ecological role they play.
Master Falconer Rodney Stotts Extols the 'Healing Power of Wildlife'
February 09, 2022 — Stotts' new memoir details his unlikely journey to the ancient art. Now, his dream is to inspire more people like him to discover a love for raptors.
Jessica Hernandez on Why Western Environmentalism Won’t Save Us
January 24, 2022 — The Indigenous scientist's new book models a holistic approach to conservation that centers Indigenous worldviews.
A woman wearing a face mask, black shirt, and a red backpack holds up a cardboard sign that says "Our Planet, Our Future" and the word "planet" is a painting of the Earth.
5 New Climate Books to Empower Teens and Help Turn Anxiety into Action
December 15, 2021 — Climate change is happening—and it's scary. But these nonfiction reads prove people all over can come together for a brighter future.