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A cat owner and avian ecologist found an effective solution to a perennial problem. But will other cat owners use it?
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Monday, June 27th, 2016
The American Birding Association recognizes Audubon's Keith Russell for putting Philadelphia on the birding map.
Children have both a natural curiosity and a love of technology. Photographing birds is the perfect activity to capture both.
Sounds from natural-gas extraction sites can reduce birds’ ability to find and capture prey.
A new study shows that some warblers tack on the pounds—or, rather, fractions of an ounce to stay in good reproductive shape.
Inbred birds lead short, troubled lives, but new research reveals a way for scientists to help.
The secret to an owl’s stealthy flight lies in the shape of its feathers.
Some avian dinosaurs were able to find food after the asteroid hit, thanks to one key adaptation.
From radiant jewel tones to bold browns and black—here's a complete, concise guide to bird coloration.
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