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How the Swallow-tailed Kite Soars With Such Grace
July 24, 2017
— The sleek raptor appears to slide through the sky without ever having to flap its wings.
Do All Kingfishers Actually Eat Fish?
July 17, 2017
— Names can be misleading . . .
Why Do Birds Avoid Flying in the Rain?
July 10, 2017
— It might have more to do with the air than the water.
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.
The Quirky Timbres of Blackbird Songs
June 26, 2017
— Their songs may not seem musical, but Blackbirds can definitely grab your attention.
The Surprisingly Specific Conditions Robins Need to Nest
June 19, 2017
— Not only is temperature a factor, but the picky birds also take into account humidity levels. Here's why.
As Grasslands Disappear, so Goes the Melodious Meadowlark
June 12, 2017
— Birds that rely on grassy habitats are among the fastest declining species in North America.
Listen to the Pectoral Sandpiper's Amazing Aerial Mating Display
June 5, 2017
— Along with many other species, every summer this shorebird heads to the coastal plain of Alaska's Arctic Refuge to breed.
Ravens Are Making a Comeback In Cities
May 30, 2017
— The resurgence of North America's largest corvid continues.
How Grebes Build Floating Nests That Keep Their Eggs High and Dry
May 22, 2017
— Dead and rotting aquatic plants are the Pied-billed Grebe's nesting materials of choice.
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