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Join acclaimed author Adam Nicolson as he shares stories about the plight of 10 species of seabirds in an evening blurring the lines between science a...
Students learn about wildlife diversity in the Gulf of Mexico, including different species of birds that live in or migrate through the Gulf of Mexico...
Students are introduced to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Through a hands-on simulation, students explore how birds are affected by oil and how wi...
Photo. Symbol of environmental conflict endures a changing political habitat.
Wild Chronicles heads to Syria, where the northern bald ibis, feared extinct, has returned.
On February 21, 1918, the last Carolina parakeet died in captivity at the Cincinnati Zoo.
On January 5, 2008, the United States first celebrated National Bird Day.
On September 5, 2009, the world recognized the first International Vulture Awareness Day, which is celebrated each year on the first Saturday in Septe...
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Photo: Blue bird on a green plant.
Photo: Two stuffed and mounted birds in a naturalistic display.
Photo: A puffin standing in grass
Photo of a vulture in flight.
Photo: A hummingbird with its wings outstretched
Students group vertebrates and share their reasoning in classifying them. They compare their approach to Linnaean and modern systems in order to explo...
Skydivers chase the peregrine falcon's speed.
Complex reactions between a bird’s beak, eyes, brain, and ears allow it to accurately navigate across thousands of kilometers.
Photo. Thinning shells threatened raptors.
Nature's sanitation crew protects African plains.
Video. Penguins dive deep in Antarctica.
We're being attacked! Or is that just a bird? Ornithologist Ed Scholes explains.
Animals adapted to island life struggle to survive