It might seem like a contradiction, but some birds never get to see the world from high above it all.
The kakapo, the heaviest parrot in the world, has seen an unprecedented bumper crop of babies.
A male peacock undulate its tail feathers in such a way that the 'eyes' of the feathers remain still and can mesmerize captivated females. Continue reading →
Communal living and free love were all the rage in the 1960s, but scientists have discovered a species of bird that still enjoys such a life.
Scientists have identified the gene that regulates beak size, which has allowed greater variation in food sources for the iconic Galapagos birds.
The bird comes from a little-seen Atlantic coast population that's never before been tracked.
After a condor pair’s egg went mysteriously missing in the middle of the night, the duo is back on track, becoming surrogate parents.
Brown skuas display an ability to learn how to identify people they have seen near their nests.
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