A few people are fighting to give the city’s injured wildlife a second chance
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Officials combat Guam’s invasive brown tree snakes by dropping poisoned bait from helicopters
Parrots look like fun pets, but these intelligent animals are often more than people can handle
Once on the brink of extinction, bald eagles are making a home for themselves near New York City
Just a one hour train ride from New York City, eagles abound.
Fledgling birding project is the next generation in citizen science
Rhythm in animals reveals evolution of human music
Human infrastructure associated with oil field development gives some species an advantage over others.
Research into songbird migrations could shed light on the effects of a warming climate on bird populations.
Ordinary citizens make valuable contributions to scientific research.
A new technique finds tropical birds sing duets to locate mates—and to guard their territories.
A recent study says dogs shouldn’t be allowed near important bird habitats, leashed or not.
As the doldrums of January and February set in, this journalist will have fond memories of reporting challenges during the holidays.
A mysterious heron colony sets up camp in a Queens housing project.
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