If you think you are doing Mother Nature a favor by putting up a bird feeder or bird house, think again…
A new short film documents photographer Mary Anne Karren’s efforts to save the Great Salt Lake’s landscape & the birds that rely on it.
Here in the U.S. and everywhere else, human encroachment is on the rise as shorebird populations are on the decline…
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.
Renewable energy from the wind is a dream-come-true for environmentalists, especially if we can capture it without hurting birds & bats…
You can derive many benefits from attracting wildlife to your backyard, besides feeling good that you are fighting habitat loss.
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.
Even pet cats can’t help their predatory instincts. When you set them loose in the neighborhood, local bird populations are bound to suffer.