Ten Bird Species Newly Identified on Indonesian Islands
Ten Bird Species Newly Identified on Indonesian Islands
Flycatchers, warblers, and more were spotted in a biodiverse region known as Wallacea.
Ten Bird Species Newly Identified on Indonesian Islands
Ten Bird Species Newly Identified on Indonesian Islands

Flycatchers, warblers, and more were spotted in a biodiverse region known as Wallacea.

Flycatchers, warblers, and more were spotted in a biodiverse region known as Wallacea.

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Image of the Day: Helpful Birds
Image of the Day: Helpful Birds
Emily Makowski | Jan 10, 2020
Parrots aid each other in getting food from a researcher.
Image of the Day: Shrinking Dinosaurs
Image of the Day: Shrinking Dinosaurs
Emily Makowski | Jan 3, 2020
As dinosaurs got smaller, their metabolism increased, paving the way for bird evolution.
Image of the Day: Feather Feeders
Image of the Day: Feather Feeders
Emily Makowski | Dec 11, 2019
These ancient insects ate dinosaur feathers during the Cretaceous period.
Climate Change Linked to Shrinking Bird Sizes: Study
Climate Change Linked to Shrinking Bird Sizes: Study
Emily Makowski | Dec 5, 2019
The animals have a smaller body mass, shorter legs, and longer wings than they did four decades ago.
Image of the Day: <em>Fukuipteryx</em> Fossil
Image of the Day: Fukuipteryx Fossil
Emily Makowski | Nov 15, 2019
This ancient bird has a modern tail bone.
Image of the Day: Species-Specific Songs
Image of the Day: Species-Specific Songs
Emily Makowski | Nov 14, 2019
Gene activity is linked to songbirds’ tunes.

Image of the Day: Flight Styles
Image of the Day: Flight Styles
Emily Makowski | Oct 25, 2019
The evolution of different ways of flying in birds affected wing range of motion, but not wing shape.
Image of the Day: No Longer Endangered
Image of the Day: No Longer Endangered
Emily Makowski | Oct 11, 2019
Back from the brink of near-extinction, the Kirtland’s warbler population has grown and expanded its range.
Image of the Day: Red-Feathered Finches
Image of the Day: Red-Feathered Finches
Emily Makowski | Sep 30, 2019
Scientists uncover a potential reason why redder house finches have better health.