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Chris Jordan goes back to the Midway island with a team of artists to document what we are doing to the birds and our planet.
You have to see and hear this incredible footage of a huge flock of birds!
A banded Rufous Hummingbird flew from the Southeast United States to Alaska this week.
A rehabilitated Bald Eagle is doing great with his second chance at life!
Greg Page was able to locate and take photos of a beautiful leucistic Pileated Woodpecker that had been seen at a park in Houston, Texas.
C-SPAN visits the Fort Jackson Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Louisiana to give us a better understanding of what is happening there to rehabilitate birds affected by the oil spill.
Eddie Trottier, a seven year old from Billerica, Massachusetts, will be spending this Summer mowing lawns to raise money for wildlife affected by the Gulf oil spill.
Rosmadi Hassan stumbled upon some bird poachers while out birdwatching at one of his favorite spots in Malaysia.
Olivia Bouler, an 11 year old from Islip, New York has been creating illustrations of birds to help raise money for the oil spill efforts in the Gulf.
The Miami Herald visited the Fort Jackson Wildlife Rehabilitation Center to learn more about what volunteers are doing to save the oiled birds.
The NY Times recently created another interactive way to see the effects of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
On May 24th, a team dove just below the surface of the Gulf oil spill to give us a completely different and disturbing perspective of the disaster.
Jay Holcomb, Executive Director of the IBRRC, explains how an oiled bird from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill is washed at the Fort Jackson Rehabilitation Center in Louisiana.
Seven birds rescued from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill were released Monday in Florida.