Despite the best intentions, sometimes intervening with an orphaned bird can actually cause more harm than good. Learn when you should or shouldn't help out.
Call your local wildlife rehabilitator to ensure they have the resources to care for a sick or injured bird. Line a covered, ventilated box with a towel and place the bird inside.
The Great Backyard Bird Count is an opportunity to introduce kids to birdwatching. Learn how to get your kids involved in this important annual bird count.
It's easy to sign up and take part in the Audubon Society's Christmas Bird Count. Learn how and why to participate in this annual citizen science tradition!
These five American birds are all at risk for extinction, but don't lose hope. Learn what you can do to help the California Condor and others today.
The seemingly small act of feeding birds can have an immeasurable impact on your local ecosystem. Here are some of the benefits you will see.
The shifting of seasons has begun to impact birds' migration, food and habitats. Learn what you can do to help slow the crawl of season creep.
Migration is tough enough for birds. Learn why light pollution is especially hazardous during their long migratory journeys.
Feeding birds is fun for kids, but bread can be harmful to ducks and geese. Luckily, there are plenty of other ways for kids to interact with wild birds.
Hummingbird allows researchers to track individual hummingbirds' movements. Learn how hummingbirds are captured, measured, and banded before being released.