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Photo of the Day: Bohemian Waxwing

Laure Neish's fortuitous timing pays off.
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Variety in a Caterpillar's Diet Could Spell Its Doom

New research reveals complex relationships between eating and being eaten.
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Advice to Hungry Vulture: Arrive Early and Bring Friends

The first scavenger to gather its buddies around a carcass reigns supreme in Kenya.
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Migratory Birds May Ferry Mosses Around the World

New study sheds light on botanical puzzle.
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Innovative Technology Gives Birdwatching a Boost

An electronic field guide, bolstered with facial recognition software, may be the new frontier for birders.
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Incubating Bird Eggs Is More Complex Than You Think

New technology offers insight into egg-turning behavior.
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Find a Baby Bird Out of the Nest? Here’s What to Do

This clever chart has the low-down on what to do when you find a chick that flew the coop too early.  
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Shady Endeavor Could Help Combat Coffee Rust

Coffee farmers—and birds—could benefit from a shift toward shade-grown crops, researchers say.
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Photo of the Day: Brown Pelican

Catherine Dalessio manages to get a clear photo on a cloudy day.
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Photo of the Day: Fawn-breasted Brilliant Hummingbird

Mark Thomas uses strobes to create a hummingbird silhouette.  
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A Moveable Feast

Fishing vessels act like magnets for seabirds, study finds
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Singer Samples Nature For a Cutting-edge Sound

Birdsong is artist and activist Marie-Juliette’s palette.
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Tick, Tock: Time to Protect the Boreal Forest for Songbirds

A new science report emphasizes the urgent need to preserve at least fifty percent of the 1.2 billion acres of boreal forest where songbirds breed.
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How Ratites Ended Up on the No-Fly List

An extensive DNA analysis offers new insight into the evolution of flightless birds.
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Photo of the Day: Sword-billed Hummingbird

Mark Thomas waits patiently for the sword-billed hummingbird to feed on a flower.
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Photo of the Day: Adelie Penguins

Catherine Dalessio photographs Adelie penguins on an unstable iceberg.
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Audubon Magazine Artists Win Three American Illustration Awards

Jason Holley and Greg Mably will have their work published in American Illustration 33.
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Clues to Conserving the Golden Eagle Hidden in Its DNA

Sequencing the raptor’s genome reveals new insights into protecting it from wind turbines and other threats.
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This Memorial Day, Remembering Animals That Served

Let us tell you about the birds and the bees, and other courageous creatures that answered the call of duty.
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Clever Galapagos Finches Use Cotton to Thwart Bugs

If you give a Darwin’s finch a cotton ball infused with insecticide, it will use that piece of fluff as a weapon to combat parasites.  
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A Gazillion Reasons Migratory Birds Rock

In honor of International Migratory Bird Day this weekend we’ve rounded up gobs of good reads about these incredible long-distance travelers.
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Photo of the Day: Great Horned Owl

On the third night, Hector Astorga gets his reward.
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Photo of the Day: Atlantic Puffin

Ted Ellis's moxie takes him to no-man's land.
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Photo of the Day: Greater Roadrunner

No creature is too fast for Hector Astorga's lens.
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Photo of the Day: Broad-tailed Hummingbird

Roger Levien hones in on a bird's tail end.
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Photo of the Day: Arctic Tern

Keith Kennedy stumbles on an Arctic tern nest while in Iceland.
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Migrating Songbirds Are All Around You. Here's How to Spot Them

Forget traveling to a migration hotspot. Right now it’s easy to see small migratory songbirds no matter where you live.
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