Read the full story in The Atlantic. A new project reveals not just where birds live now—but where they’ll live decades from now.
Read the full story at the Revelator. Three bird species, two frogs, a shark, a famous snail and one of the world’s largest freshwater fish
Read the full story in Science. Camera traps—automated cameras that snap a picture whenever an animal walks by—have become an indispensable tool for wildlife biologists,
Read the full story in the New York Times. The golf course in Jersey City, N.J., says it needs the land to compete for tournaments.
Read the full story from WFLP. Mussels are good monitors of stream quality; they purify water, provide a structural habitat and food for other organisms
Read the full story in the MIT Press Reader. From field recordings to bird box automata and clocks, humans have been reproducing and utilizing bird