This 2016 Plan Revision documents widespread declines in populations of many of the 448 species of landbirds in the U.S. and Canada—a foreboding indicator that the health of ecosystems upon which we all depend is being degraded.
This desert species’ incredible adaptation was once considered a myth. But it’s not. In the cool of the desert morning, the male flies up to 20 miles to a shallow water hole, then wades in up to his belly. Find out why!
Welcome, friends, to a new weekly feature: The Birdist’s Rules for Birding. I’m honored to have been asked to appear regularly on your computer screens. Hello! If you don’t yet know me from my previous writing here (go check it out! I talk about Star Wars!), my name is Nick Lund. By day, I am a … Read More