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From Fins to Wings

Thomas Medicus' meticulous glass sculpture gives us a fresh view on every turn.
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Does the Brain-slurping Goliath Birdeater Really Eat Birds?

After a scientist's encounter with a birdeater went viral, we were left wondering about the truth of this spider's name. 
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Credit: Raul Touzon/National Geographic Society/Corbis

Cypress trees in Everglades National Park near Florida City.

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Florida’s Got a New Constitutional Amendment for Conservation. What Now?

There is still time to fumble the state's landmark new conservation initiative.
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The Trick That Keeps From Treating

Think you won Halloween this year? Think again.
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Spooky Shearwaters

The Wedge-tailed Shearwater's haunting calls used to scare sailors away from the Pacific islands.
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I Dream of Gigi

In Pelican Dreams, documentary filmmaker Judy Irving explores the modern lives of ancient seabirds.  
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Two Men and a Lobster Boat

Using the necessity defense, activists put climate change on trial.
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Chorus Line in the Sky

Learn how Dunlins avoid in-flight collisions.
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Excerpt: Welcome to Subirdia

Writer John Marzluff explains how golf courses can be bird-friendly, as well as birdie-friendly. 
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The Pacific Wren's Song, Slowed Down

Wrens can tell a long story with a very short song. 
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Robin vs. Feral Pigeon: Voting for Britain’s National Bird

Britain doesn’t have a national bird. Now, one avid birder is looking to change that. 
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Traffic On the Atlantic Flyway

A record-breaking number of Ospreys have been sighted in the Florida Keys this season. Here's why.
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Praying Mantis vs. Hummingbird

Even though mantises are smaller, they'll still attack hummingbirds. Here's how to keep your backyard bird safe. 
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Smile, You’re on Candid Camera: Penguin Edition

In a new PBS Nature series, filmmakers disguise cameras, tricking real penguins for the sake of never-before-seen footage.
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Celebrity Bird Spotted at Jersey Shore

Andy McGann pulled an all-nighter to film a rare North American visitor. Here are the results.
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Win a Copy: "The Birds of Pandemonium"

Read an excerpt from Michele Raffin's new book about running a home for abandoned birds.
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Can Birds Go Bald?

Come late summer, you may see bald birds hanging around your feeders. Here's why.
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Why Must I Be a Teenager in Dove?

The virtual world of Hatoful Boyfriend requires players to navigate a bird-only private school, searching for romantic bliss. 
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Birdfeeders Join the 3-D Printing Craze

Printed Nest helps urban birds chow down in style.
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BP Found “Grossly Negligent” in Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

The company could face up to $18 billion more in expected fines.
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14 Birdy Reasons to Celebrate the Wilderness Act

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, here are several birds that have benefited from the legislation, and some that still need its help. 
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Young Songbirds: Lazy Travelers or Clever Learners?

Juvenile Wood Thrushes arrive much later to spring breeding grounds than adults. Here's why. 
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Research Sheds New Light on Passenger Pigeon Extinction

Natural fluctuations may explain how a species that once numbered in the billions went extinct.
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Photo of the Day: Yellow-billed Oxpeckers

Claudio Bacinello’s safari yields a well-timed photo.  
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Credit: Printed Nest

The 3-D printed feeders easily attach to a window. 

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Owls Starve as Drought Drags On

Raptors and owls in Southern California, particularly at Audubon's Starr Ranch, have had an unusually bad breeding season.
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Printed Nest
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One, Two, 3.79 million: How Many Penguins Are There?

A recent study found that Adélie Penguin populations are increasing, but that doesn’t mean the birds aren’t still threatened by climate change.
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