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A rare black penguin was photographed last week! Honestly, if this wasn’t coming from National Geographic I might have a hard time believing it.
On The Ellen Generes Show, Olympic gold medal figure skater Evan Lysacek revealed the secret to his winning short program: birds!
For the second time in 19 years, Florida Bald Eagle No. 512 was rescued, rehabilitated and released back into the wild!
Monday, nearly two years after the incident, oil giant Syncrude begins their trial concerning the April 2008 deaths of 1606 ducks at their oil sands in northern Alberta, Canada.
Last June Charles Belgard, 21 years old, drove a Jeep about 70 mph through 10 flocks of seabirds on the Long Beach Peninsula in Washington. This week he was delivered his sentence.
Hoover, a sixteen day old orphaned Bald Eagle chick, finds a new home!
Farmers and birds, living together! Wildlife friendly farming has helped one of Britain’s most threatened songbirds to bounce back from the brink of extinction.
Jay Holcomb, director of the IBRRC, explains how he washes a storm battered California Brown Pelican.
Acadia National Park is now accepting applications through March 5th for its Raptor Internship. This sounds like a great opportunity for a birdwatcher!
Travel back in time with this article from February 3rd, 1954 titled Fabulous Bird Species Near Extinction.
There have been many news stories recently about how the California storms are affecting the Brown Pelicans. I thought it was important to not only briefly explain why, but to also show you what is being done to help them.
Each January wildlife officials count the Bald Eagles around Beaver Lake in Arkansas. The 2010 count may have been down from last year, but they were surprised to find that a leucistic Bald Eagle is calling the lake home.
More than 700 people gathered at the Dunnellon Airport in Florida Tuesday to see the class of 2009 Whooping Cranes led by Operation Migration fly over.
Roseanna Cunningham, the Scottish Environment Minister, visited the Isle of Mull Sunday to celebrate the 25th anniversary of wild bred White-tailed Eagles in Scotland and 10 years of the island’s public viewing project.