Forty-eight million Americans call themselves birdwatchers. And, no wonder — birds are beautiful, entertaining and surprising.
The tiny birds that can! Twice a year, these tiny birds fly thousands of miles, in the face of extreme hazards.
A yard without birds is like the Statue of Liberty without its torch. Follow these tips and soon you’ll have birds flocking to your yard.
If someone calls you a birdbrain, consider it a compliment! Birds in the Cordivae family astonish with their sense of self and problem-solving skills.
Want to feed hummingbirds? The recipe is easy to prepare and hummingbirds always come back for more!
Meet the three woodpecker species especially noted for storing food and protecting their stash.
How to free a trapped bird. How to keep birds from flying into windows. How to care for an injured or orphaned bird. More.
Seventy or more species of birds are known to nest in birdhouses, but no single birdhouse appeals to them all.
Want to hang a birdhouse? Check this chart first — different birds require different sizes.