Latest American Bird Conservancy Stories
More than half of the bird species in North America, including the bald eagle and the official birds of eight US states, are being seriously threatened by global climate change, the National Audubon Society revealed in a new report published on Tuesday.
A special type of glass coating is being used for the first time in the UK to help protect birds flocking to an island off the northeast coast of England.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says it is constructing a plan to try and save the endangered northern spotted owl, by conserving habitat and killing its rival.
A new University of Florida study shows cats are the dominant predator to mockingbird eggs and nestlings in urban areas, prompting conservationists to urge pet owners to keep felines indoors at night.
A federal study indicates one of every five U.S. citizens was involved in birdwatching during 2006, contributing $36 billion to the nation's economy. The U.S.
MT. RAINIER, Md., March 20 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With a new report out from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the debate of bird versus cat continues.
A federal report released Thursday finds that nearly one in three US bird species are endangered, threatened or in a state of significant decline, with those in Hawaii in danger of a â€œborderline ecological disaster.â€
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