Woodpeckers may be noisy but they are also a great way to keep insect populations down.
Several thousand hummingbirds die every year from health problems caused by dirty feeders, spoiled sugar water and toxic commercial nectar.
Researchers report that bird populations across North America have declined some 29 percent since 1970, and threats continue to mount.
Plastic pollution, beach trash and coastal development have all but obliterated shorebirds’ once pristine habitat.
Cats As Predators: Fluffy’s Cute, But She’s Killing Neighborhood Birds Even pet cats can't help their instincts — and bird populations are suffering accordingly
Even pet cats can’t help their predatory instincts. When you set them loose in the neighborhood, local bird populations are bound to suffer.
Natural Pest Control: Protecting Without Harmful Poisons Integrated Pest Management May Be Healthiest Option
How to rid your home of annoying pests without compromising the health and safety of your indoor and backyard environments…
Birders are keeping hope alive that the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker will re-appear “on the wing” somewhere in the swamps of the Southeastern U.S.
8 Newly Endangered Species Added to IUCN Red List Vaquitas, Amur Leopards and African Antelope Among the Species Going Down Fast
The Rusty Patched Bumble Bee, African Antelope, Vaquita and Amur Leopard are among the wildlife species recently added to IUCN’s International Red List…
Award-winning actress Jane Alexander has teamed up with leading non-profits like Audubon to raise awareness about the plight of America’s birds…
Disappearing Coastlines: The Impacts of Climate Change Are Already Being Felt by Coastal Communities Across the World