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By Rashmi Shivni
The crested pigeon's mere act of taking frantic flight is enough to alert its flock of looming danger.
By Alison Thoet
Scores of birds are dying due to collisions with the new U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, according to a new report from the Audubon Society.
By Andrew Wagner
Miniature lenses that mimic the eyes of predatory birds could shrink a camera’s size to less than 1/100th of an inch -- and in the meantime, revolutionize a host of compact technologies.
By Mary Jo Brooks
Shelley Girdner's recently published debut collection is called “You Were That White Bird” and is filled with poems that capture the details in the natural world around her and the small miracles of her life.
By PBS NewsHour
According to the National Audubon Society, climate change poses a serious threat to a large number of North America’s birds. But a street art project in New York City aims to call attention to their plight by creating large-scale murals…
By Nsikan Akpan
A pair of 99 million-year-old fossils reveal Cretaceous baby birds with finger claws and adultlike feathers.
Think your freeloading kid is bad? Black-crowned night herons have crashed at the Smithsonian National Zoo each summer for over a century.
By Cat Wise
PBS NewsHour traveled to the Bahamas recently with a group of scientists to study an endangered shorebird bird called the piping plover. The birds have been on the endangered species list in the United States since the late 1980s, but…
By Justin Scuiletti
Humans aren't the only species that tend to belt out a drunk song or two after consuming alcohol -- songbirds will get in on the act as well. But first, scientists had to get them drunk.
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