Picturesque Great and Little Inagua Islands host flamingos, an endemic hummingbird, and more than 100 other species.
New research finds that the songbird's recovery might be stunted by habitat degradation where it overwinters.
When it comes to caffeinating responsibly, selecting the right brew can be confusing. This guide should help.
She's survived more than six decades of trials and tribulations, but Midway Atoll's mouse problem is a new threat.
Cameras and simulations are finally enabling scientists to study the nuances of the raptors' extreme hunting techniques.
Thanks to optimal conditions, wading birds are breeding in huge numbers throughout the Everglades this year
The “fish hawk” is an early sign of spring—and a conservation ideal.
Almost a decade after “The Hills,” the Los Angeles native has found a new fan base in the hundreds of hummers that visit his decked-out home.
In the last days of winter, Sandhill Cranes dance along the riverbanks of the central United States.
A new translation of Homer’s Odyssey corrects the record: The Sirens' seductive power lies with their otherworldly, avian knowledge.
An extra-wet rainy season shows that, given a chance, the Everglades ecosystem can bounce back from a century of abuse.
By protecting the Killdeer's nest from harm, Melissa Groo was able to capture one parent's impressive devotion to its eggs.
A mix of two different species, these birds trick experts and novices alike.
Visit your local Audubon center, join a chapter, or help save birds with your state program.