An Illinois farm field--and an old Osage Orange tree--attract a phenomenal variety of raptors.
Persistent drought conditions in northern Utah have put the Great Salt Lake at an all-time low, and the birds are paying the price.
A saga started on a gloomy November night on the Northwest Side of Chicago
Key marsh birds like the Black-Crowned Night Heron and the Pied-billed Grebe rely on a healthy hemi-marsh to thrive
Most all of the Plover Watch volunteers knew that even one summer with Piping Plovers Monty and Rose was an experience that might never happen again…
Examining an isolated resident population to learn more about a wintertime favorite
Separated from food, water and gear, and plagued by mosquitoes, a canoe trip that became an epic misadventure.
Black Birders Week has shifted perceptions and upended assumptions about who birders are and what birding can be.
Lamenting a summer adventure while celebrating Clark's Nutcrackers, magpies, ravens and more.
The good, the bad and the reality of shorebird life.
There’s never been a more timely matchup. These birds are all about migration in March. When I think of these two, I think of shivering in the cold on…
When protocol becomes the headline, we lose a gigantic opportunity to share in the appreciation of avifauna