Birds

The best bird feeder camera is at its best price ever—don't let this deal fly byblue-birdbuddy-bird-feeder-camera-on-house.jpg

The best bird feeder camera is at its best price ever—don’t let this deal fly by

The Bird Buddy is one of the coolest products we reviewed last year. It looks like a typical bird feeder, but it has a built-in, high-res camera that allows you to see your new avian pals up close. It typically costs $300, but it’s just $209 if you act fast. That’s $20 cheaper than even […]

The best bird feeder camera is at its best price ever—don’t let this deal fly by Read More »

Hunters' bullets are poisoning bald eaglesbald-eagle.jpg

Hunters’ bullets are poisoning bald eagles

After reaching critically endangered population levels in the mid-20th century, bald eagles continue to steadily rebound across the US. But hunters still pose a major problem for America’s mascot—it’s not the poaching, necessarily, but their bullets used on other animals. Specifically, lead ammunition. According to a 2022 study published in Journal of Wildlife Management, bald

Hunters’ bullets are poisoning bald eagles Read More »

Mating, murder, and parenting: The complex lives of birds on display in 2024 Audubon Photography AwardsAud_APA-2024_Barred-Owl_A1_30620-0_Photo-Erin-Boisvert.jpg

Mating, murder, and parenting: The complex lives of birds on display in 2024 Audubon Photography Awards

A decapitated squirrel hangs lifeless in the talons of a barred owl. A red-necked grebe chick stretches its neck to gobble up a meal of fish delivered fresh from its parent. Hundreds of grackles perch on power lines as the sun sets on Texas. The winners of the 2024 Audubon Photography Awards document the fascinating

Mating, murder, and parenting: The complex lives of birds on display in 2024 Audubon Photography Awards Read More »