We use science to understand the world, to find new ways to make conservation work, and to involve people who share our passion.
Conservation Science director Amanda Rodewald examines both sides of the recent listing decision for a D.C. policy blog.
Find November migrants; find out how to get the best view from your binoculars; learn how California rice farmers are creating wetland habitat; join Project FeederWatch's new 2014-15 season; and more.
Go birding 75 times or more in November—and submit checklists to eBird—and you could win Zeiss binoculars and Princeton University Press books.
A new season kicks off this month—and with it our BirdSpotter photo contest. Join the fun!
The Nature Conservancy teamed up with rice farmers to create temporary wetlands at the precise moment that hundreds of thousands of shorebirds would be migrating through.
Access to the definitive life-history accounts for 700+ North American breeding species is available on a one-month trial for $5 or just $42 per year.
Our Citizen Science blog takes a look at recent research.
Four birders from Louisiana State University (including two Cornell alums) found 354 species in 24 hours, surpassing a record set more than 30 years ago.
The report commemorates Martha, the world's last Passenger Pigeon, whose tragic passing 100 years ago spurred the creation of the world's greatest conservation movement.
Take a trip into a bat hibernaculum in Michigan with NPR. Grab your headphones to experience the 3D soundscape complete with dripping water and fluttering wings.
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