November’s sampling of stories on bird science, and some stunning art.
It probably gets its fix of salt from those tears.
It could dissuade seabirds from nesting and even cause local extinction.
They eat almost 60,000 prey in a day. And can store over 4,000 in their food pouch at one time.
In a bizarre interaction between a frog and an insect, it’s the frog that ends up as food.
Several bird species are about to go extinct. Why? Because of us.
The huge mass of birds swirled through the sky — twisting and turning, splitting and merging, singing all the while.