Birds & Bird-Watching
While the authorities continue to debate, the Lord God Woodpecker remains officially an extinct bird. Review the history, and what has been done just in case the Ivory-billed Woodpecker still lives.
This is part 4 of a 5 part hands-on unit on zoology. Create an egg model, make edible nests, test out various types of beaks, compare bird bones with mammal bones, examine various feathers, dissect a gizzard, sing a...
Learn some easy ways you can turn your yard into a bird-friendly habitat and create a beautiful backyard sanctuary for songbirds.
Summary of The Bird and the Machine This is a piece in the Science & Technology section called The Bird and the Machine. It is written by Loren Eiseley who establishes ethos immediately in the...
The Bald Eagle has been the symbol of American freedom since 1782 and is the only eagle unique to North America. Here are some basic facts, along with videos, of the great Bald Eagle.
Discover the best ways to attract the American Goldfinch to your backyard birdfeeder, plus view pictures and learn some interesting facts.
In this guide you will learn easy ways anyone can get started in bird watching and become a birder, even if they are a total beginner!
Over 400 species from eagles to endangered chickens to hummers thrive in Central Ohio - you can see them by day or by night. Try a night hike full of bird sightings, stories, and refreshments.
Learn how to squirrel-proof your bird feeder and stop those sneaky squirrels from stealing all of your seed!
There is a great deal to putting together a good camera bag for bird photography. This is the third and last segment of the series on what pros use to get their bird shots, about the flash.
Open up a world of discovery. Browse articles from enthusiasts about Life Sciences.