Birds & Bird-Watching
Birding is not necessarily an individual sport. Birding can be done in groups in your neighborhood, through clubs such as the Houston Audubon Society and through fun get-togethers where both the birds and birders will...
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...
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.
Compare 5 of the best monocular optics for birding and decide which has the power and portability to meet your bird-watching needs.
Learn some facts about the American Robin and its migration and behaviors, plus view pictures of this early bird of spring.
Of all the birds east of the Rockies, Northern Blue Jays and Cardinals would be the most easily recognized. The Blue Jay is big, noisy and aggressive, but also colorful and animated making it a backyard favorite.
Building a bird friendly area requires three essentials. This article will walk through my experiences with providing the primary needs of a backyard habitat.
Most of us remember the Roadrunner, Wile E. Coyote cartoons. Now learn some interesting and true facts and information on the real roadrunner bird, (Geococcyx californianus).
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 beginning of...
Ever held an owl? Watch video of kids who do and learn about the screech owls that may be living in your neighborhood!
Open up a world of discovery. Browse articles from enthusiasts about Life Sciences.