Climate-Threatened Birds

What Birds Tell Us About Climate Change's Threats

What Birds Tell Us About Climate Change's Threats

— Just in time for COP21, a new international report shows how a warming world harms birds—and what needs to be done to save them.
How to Protect Hawaii’s Rarest Birds From Avian Malaria

How to Protect Hawaii’s Rarest Birds From Avian Malaria

— As Hawaii heats up, mosquitoes will likely wreak havoc on the islands’ endemics. But there are still ways to save them.
Why the Golden-cheeked Warbler Must Stay Listed

Why the Golden-cheeked Warbler Must Stay Listed

— In an op-ed for the San Antonio Express-News, Audubon CEO David Yarnold explains why the Texan songbird needs the Endangered Species Act's support.
The New Normal: Bald Eagles in the Big City

The New Normal: Bald Eagles in the Big City

— After cozying up in the spring, Bald Eagles settle into New York City for another winter.
Climate Change May Swallow Albatross’ Nesting Grounds Sooner Than We Thought

Climate Change May Swallow Albatross’ Nesting Grounds Sooner Than We Thought

— Bigger storms caused by rising seas will flood seabird nests long before their colonies are actually submerged—and albatrosses may be too stubborn to adapt.
10 Cool Facts About Climate-Threatened Birds

Check Out 10 Cool Facts

— How is a hummingbird like a Ferrari? Plus more weird facts about climate-threatened birds.
Wood Thrushes Connect Bird Lovers Across Borders

Wood Thrushes Connect Bird Lovers Across Borders

— A crowd-funded geotagging project helped researchers figure out where these birds spend their lives.
Piping Plover Protection Pays Off in New York

Piping Plover Protection Pays Off in New York

— These tiny threatened shorebirds are reclaiming their ancestral habitat in Lake Ontario.
Why Is This Golden Eagle Getting a Massage?

Why Is This Golden Eagle Getting a Massage?

— All that pampering is probably making this bird very content.
An Elegy for America's Oldest Bald Eagle

An Elegy for America's Oldest Bald Eagle

— Eagle 629-03142 lived to see its species come back from the brink—and even played a role in the recovery.