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Photo of the Day: Double-crested Cormorant

A bird flaunts its catch for Alice Cahill and her camera.
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Study Estimates Impact of Climate Change on Southwestern Birds

New research from the U.S. Geological Survey predicts the impact climate change will have on the habitat of seven bird species and five reptile species.
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Photo of the Day: Double-crested Cormorant

Dennis Goodman unearths a jewel in the rough.
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Photo of the Day: Short-eared Owl

Debra Herst finds herself in a stare down with a raptor.
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Photo of the Day: Gentoo Penguin

Max Seigal makes a few friends on the world's loneliest continent.
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Photograph by Larry Selman/Getty Images
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Photo of the Day: Eastern Bluebird

Hazel Erikson grabs a great shot without leaving the house.
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Photo of the Day: Scarlet Ibis

Lee Dalton braves hungry mosquitoes to capture a scarlet ibis.
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10 New U.S. Postal Service Stamps Feature Songbirds

Artist Robert Giusti on illustrating the western tanager, painted bunting, and more.
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Courtesy of USPS
Courtesy of USPS
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Avian Fools’ Day: These 5 Birds Are Experts at the Game of Gotcha

For some animals, every day is April Fool's Day—because who needs an international holiday to pull one over on a fellow bird? 
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Great Blue Heron pastel drawing by Marty Urman

This pastel drawing of a great blue heron was created for the song by Marty Urman.

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Caw-se and Effect Study With Crows

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This is footage from all six experiments, as provided by Sarah Jelbert and edited by New Scientist.

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Texas Oil Spill Makes Landfall in Environmentally Sensitive Area

The slick moved out of Galveston Bay, into the Gulf, and south down the Texas coast to Matagorda Island.
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Crows Understand Caw-se and Effect

New Caledonian crows put their intelligence on display, again.
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Photograph by Alan Shearman/Flickr Creative Commons

Long-tailed Tit nest building Dungeness, Kent. UK 07 Mar 2009

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Incredibly Elaborate Homes of Bowerbirds Inspire New Art Exhibit

Janelle Iglesias reimagines the birds' creations with a mix of locally sourced natural and recycled materials.
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Forty-eight Ways to Sing About Birds

Folk musician from Oregon shows off his warbling and pun-writing skills.
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A New Day for the Nēnē

Once lost, now found: the Hawaiian goose is rediscovered on Oahu.
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Artist Creates Bird-themed Deck of Cards

“Clipped Wings” is the latest creation by artist Emmanuel Jose. 
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Photo of the Day: Short-eared Owl

Diana Whiting documents a moth bird on the hunt.
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