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The Turtle Trackers

Archived, 92 days ago From Nature Magazine 

Unlocking the mysteries of turtle migration in the Arnavon Islands. ...

Never Before Seen Deer Spotted Eating Human Bones

Archived, 92 days ago From National Geographic 

Forensic scientists studying human decomposition spotted an unexpected animal chewing on the remains. ...

Which of These 12 North American Birds Summer in the Arctic

Archived, 93 days ago From Audubon 

Many familiar species depend on the Arctic for breeding. Discover seven of them and test your bird smarts with this quiz. ...

Nearly 400 Migratory Birds Were Killed by One Texas Building in A Single Night

Archived, 93 days ago From Audubon 

Animal Services was able to rescue just three birds after a massive number of spring migrants hit a glass-sided tower in Galveston. ...

How to Take Exquisite Hummingbird Photos

Archived, 93 days ago From Audubon 

Hummingbirds are excellent subjects for simple or high-tech techniques. Follow these pro tips for capturing the speedy birds in flight and at rest. ...

Why Knowing Your Local Bird Sounds Is the Key to Unlocking New IDs

Archived, 93 days ago From Audubon 

Part four of our new series to help you build your birding skillsand love of birdsby learning how to bird by ear. ...

Study Finds Hundreds of Thousands of Tropical Species at Risk of Extinction Due to Deforestation

Archived, 95 days ago From Mongabay 

New research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) provides further evidence that, even if we havent already entered a sixth era of species extinction on a global scale, it may yet be imminent. ...

Fighting A Plant to Save Rhinos in Nepal

Archived, 95 days ago From Mongabay 

Mikania micrantha, an invasive species so vigorous its nicknamed mile-a-minute weed, is taking over rhino habitat in Nepal. ...

The 10 Best Places to See a Migrating Red Knot

Archived, 95 days ago From Audubon 

For prime viewing, head to these East Coast beaches. ...

The Female Rufous Hummingbird Is a Master Nest Builder

Archived, 95 days ago From Audubon 

Marvels of avian engineering, each nest is only the size of half a walnut. ...

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