Raven populations have shot up 300 percent in the last 40 years in the American West, and a new study suggests power poles and other human structures are to blame.
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We thought it might have something to do with defending their nests against brood parasitism, a behaviour where other birds to raise your babies.
Despite the bad press, wind turbines are less of a threat to birds than traditional energy production and distribution.
Biologists hope marbled murrelet numbers will rise if Steller's jays vomit when they eat dummy eggs.
Scientists re-examined the idea that modern bird behavior can be used to predict behaviors of dinosaurs.
Birds and other monogamous animals may continue to make showy mating displays after pairing up because it increases their children's survival.
Cornell bird lab hopes video will galvanize efforts to protect critically endangered Spoon-billed sandpiper.