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Bird's Eye View: California Condors Soar Back from the Brink

Following the birth of Utah's first California Condor chick, here's a status update on the condor reintroduction effort. 
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A mosaic of satellite images of Antarctica taken by RADARSAT-2.  

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Wildlife Advocates Score a Win at Cape Hatteras

A recent court ruling upholds law protecting wildlife habitat from off-road vehicles. 
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Photo of the Day: Snowy Owl

Mark Williams braves extreme weather in pursuit of a stunning shot.  
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A June court ruling has upheld a law restricting ORV access to Cape Hatteras National Seashore.  

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18 Oct 2009, Florida, USA --- Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) female pecking at branch, Florida.  

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18 Oct 2009, Florida, USA --- Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) female pecking at branch, Florida.  

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How a Woodpecker Bangs Without Brain Damage

The woodpecker’s ability to protect its head may help engineers build safer cars. 
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A schematic of the woodpecker's pecking process.  

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Photo of the Day: Galápagos Penguin

Joseph Tepper gets up close and personal with a rare species. 
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Photo of the Day: Carolina Chickadee

Linda Hoopes gets to know a playful chickadee. 
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Can Birds Lose Their Minds?

Laurel Braitman dishes on her new book, “Animal Madness.”   
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Help Birds Avoid a Deadly Collision

The Office’s Kate Flannery explains how your actions can keep birds from window strikes.
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At These Hotels, Bugs Are The VIP

Building insect hotels may support beneficial bugs
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What Does 'Bird-Safe Glass' Even Mean?

From football stadiums to your own kitchen window, here's your guide to bird-safe glass.
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9 Brand New Birds That Are Already Threatened

A recent taxonomic review identified 361 new bird species—and a quarter of them are threatened.
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Why Should Birders Be Worried About the New Vikings Stadium?

Minnesota's pro football team just announced that they won’t use bird-safe glass on its new window-heavy stadium. Here’s what you need to know about the decision.
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The Green Big Year

Dorian Anderson is on a one-year mission to see as many birds as he can — by bike.
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A Vicious Chemical Cycle

The EPA’s reactionary approach to pesticide approval may be a bigger issue than the chemicals themselves.
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Photo of the Day: Mute Swan

Patrick Dennen snaps a sleepy cygnet.
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An Unusual Duet with One of Nature's Best-Camouflaged Birds

The Common Potoo inspires a musician. Plus: Can you find the hidden bird in this video?
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Photo of the Day: Burrowing Owl

Kurt Wecker lies in wait for an elusive owl.
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