Meat-eating theropod dinosaurs used fancy footwork to attract mates, new evidence suggests.
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If you've ever wanted to go birding, the Christmas Bird Count is the perfect time to get a look at some rare and local birds.
Modern birds — from the soaring eagle to the tiny hummingbird — share a common ancestor that lived about 95 million years ago in South America, a new study finds.
Bird migration is at its peak — catch a glimpse as they pass through, a sign of the health of our planet.
The blackpoll warbler migrates more than 1,500 miles (2,400 kilometers) in two or three days, a new tracking study confirms.
A drone that mimics the way birds fold and flap their wings could improve the design of future unmanned autonomous vehicles, and could even help the machines withstand midair collisions.
Researchers uses quantitative methods to understand how and why species such as parrots develop complex social societies and how those social relationships compare to other animals.
Whooping cranes raised by humans are turning out to be bad parents, and scientists are testing a new method to boost the birds' numbers in the wild.
New research reveals how dinosaur arms evolved into the wrists of modern birds. Dinosaurs had to alter their very bone structure as they evolved to become flying birds.
Birds didn't evolve in one fell swoop from their dinosaur ancestors, suggests a newly constructed dinosaur family tree showing our feathery friends evolved very gradually, at first.
Cute photos of baby shorebirds collected as the USGS monitors mercury levels in avocets and other shorebirds at marshes and ponds throughout the massive South Bay Salt Ponds Restoration Project.