A graduate student at the University of Kansas is the lead author on a recently published description of a new bird species, the Junin Tapaculo, found in the remote Andes Mountains of central Peru.
The eastern black rail is small, secretive, mysterious and in trouble.
(Phys.org)—Now's the time for birders who want to add to their life lists, says Dan Cristol, an ornithologist at William & Mary.
(Phys.org) —Soon, when you see a bird you can't identify, Merlin, a new online bird ID tool from Cornell, will be able to help.
(Phys.org) —If you spot a lanky bearded man with binoculars in one hand and a book tucked in his belt, be reassured—this is no ordinary creeper. Philosophy graduate student Kevin Gin is a birder on a mission, peeping ...