Birds

Credit: Scott Terrell/AP Photo/Skagit Valley Herald

In a July 29, 2011 photo, Pee Wee, a Barbary falcon, gets to eat after chasing away some starlings at Sakuma Brothers Farms' blueberry field in Burlington, Wash. Recently, Pee Wee decided to quit his job (halfway through a shift) and fly away to less blueberry-filled pastures.

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A Dipper Dives

A new video catches North America's only swimming songbird in the act.
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Credit: Courtesy of Bob Armstrong

An American Dipper dives to the bottom of a stream in Alaska.

Tim Bowman, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The Red-throated Loon is on the Alaska WatchList.

Jon Reis
Jon Reis
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Falcons Fighting Berry Crime

Falcons and farmers form alliances to save (literally) tons of food.
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Join Cornell Scientists with Project FeederWatch

Cornell's Lab of Ornithology needs your help tracking bird movements.
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Enter the World of the Oystercatcher

Despite their name, Oystercatchers aren't all about oysters.
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From Fins to Wings

Thomas Medicus' meticulous glass sculpture gives us a fresh view on every turn.
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Credit: John James Audubon/National Audubon Society

Purple Martin

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Birders Flock to the Land of Many Lakes

The head of Michigan Audubon is turning birding into a serious business.
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Credit: Peter Baker

Jonathan Lutz

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Tokyo's Got a Parrot Problem

Feral parakeets, let loose after an exotic pet craze, have taken over the world's largest city.
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Rehab: A Birdy Love Story, in Pictures

How artist Annie Marie Musselman found her focus by helping injured birds.
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The Illustrated Aviary: Cedar Waxwing

Ryan Berkley reimagines this avian just in time for the Christmas Bird Count.
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Volunteers are digitizing millions of bird records dating to 1880.

Credit: Robert Wright

Jessica Zelt, Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leader