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Hear that Hammering? Don't Assume It's a Woodpecker
May 21, 2018
— Chickadees and nuthatches also carve out nest cavities.
Why Is This Bird Half-White?
May 14, 2018
— Unusual genetic mutations can eliminate color in a bird's feathers—in patches, or even across its entire body.
Hear How a Crow Softly Woos Its Mate
May 7, 2018
— The complex combination of coos, rattles, and growls is distinctive to each bird's social group.
Listen to the Bubbly Jangling of a Bobolink's Song
April 30, 2018
— “The happiest bird of our spring.”
Can You Recognize the Call of a Great Horned Owl?
April 30, 2018
— It's as distinctive as those big ear tufts.
These Adaptations Make the Osprey a Fantastic Fisher
April 23, 2018
— After tens of millions of years, the bird has changed little since it diverged from eagles and hawks.
The California Condor's Best Shot at Survival
April 16, 2018
— Swapping to non-lead bullets could help save this bird.
Listen to One of Nature's "Most Memorable Anthems"
April 9, 2018
— In the last days of winter, Sandhill Cranes dance along the riverbanks of the central United States.
Why Do Birds Rest on One Leg?
April 2, 2018
— Their feet get cold, too!
How Brown Pelicans Dive After Fish Without Breaking Their Necks
March 26, 2018
— The hefty coastal birds engulf fish as they plunge into the water from 60 feet up—all while avoiding injury.
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