12-Story Library Editor Picks
Bald eagle populations have made a comeback in Vermont. After 30 years on the state’s endangered species list, wildlife experts have made a call to “de-list” the bird. Next, the…
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has until September 30 to declare the greater sage grouse endangered. The grouse lives in 11 Western states, including in northwest Colorado. Its population…
Ten years ago, wild grey partridges had nearly disappeared from their native home in Britain. Farmland and pesticides had damaged their habitat and food. The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust began a project…
Cornell Lab Tweets
Clark's Nutcrackers are among the most masterful of all seed cachers—a single bird may store 100,000 seeds in a sin… https://t.co/ktgqvWqhch(about 2 days ago)
Are you seeing birds nabbing seeds from a feeder and stashing them around your neighborhood? Like squirrels burying… https://t.co/EJ01AV1QEP(about 3 days ago)
Early explorers named our latest Bird of the Week after its regal-looking plumage. It lives in the far northwest. M… https://t.co/WRIiZSP9G1(about 4 days ago)
eBird's new Trip Reports feature is a great way to chronicle a birding adventure, be it a multiple-day birding holi… https://t.co/YzgsZ2hADu(about 6 days ago)
On crisp fall nights, Northern Saw-whet Owls are on the move in a mass migration the extent of which has only recen… https://t.co/UmICtfirs8(about 1 week ago)
Saving the Tern
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers teams with the Fish & Wildlife service to save interior least terns in Arkansas.
Additional Video: What Makes an Animal Endangered?