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See Stunning Images of Rare and Beautiful Birds in a New PBS Series
July 18, 2017
— ‘RARE—Creatures of the Photo Ark’ highlights photographer Joel Sartore’s mission to document threatened species before it’s too late.
The Busy Life of Bob the Flamingo
July 6, 2017
— Once badly injured, the recovered bird now teaches residents of Curaçao about the importance of conservation.
Reimagining John James Audubon's American Flamingo
July 6, 2017
— Artist Dan Winters turns the lanky wader into a 'creature of lore.'
Meet Rufus, the Harris's Hawk That Keeps Wimbledon's Courts Pigeon Free
July 3, 2017
— At the legendary tennis tournament, entry is exclusive to people. All thanks to this hard-working raptor.
Inside the World of Elite Bird Costuming
June 30, 2017
— A niche part of the larger "furry" subculture, bird costumers create carefully crafted, life-size versions of avians and other bird-like creatures.
These Hunting Decoys Now Lure Art Collectors Instead of Bird Flocks
June 27, 2017
— A stunning collection of decoys and bird-themed art, collected by a leading conservationist, is up for sale in July.
An Ode to Two Tanagers
June 2, 2017
— When an ornithologist saw this photo of two Scarlet Tanagers killed by striking a glass window, he was moved to write a poem.
Did Folklore Help Bring Denmark's Ravens Back From the Brink?
May 26, 2017
— The once-endangered raven is rebounding in some parts of Scandinavia, and its role in Norse mythology and Danish history might have helped.
Listen: This Birdsong Time Machine Resurrects the Lost Sounds of New York
May 19, 2017
— An ecologist, a sound engineer, and a multimedia artist teamed up to recreate forgotten soundscapes of the city's past wildlife.
This Tiny Hospital Helps Injured Birds Survive the Commotion of New York City
May 15, 2017
— The Wild Bird Fund tends to thousands of birds with help from committed rehabbers and curious rescuers. Meet some of the patients in recovery.
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