The Florida Everglades are home to a bird called the Snail Kite. It eats only one type of snail and is endangered because its wetland habitat has been altered.
Far out in the Pacific Ocean, nearly a million Layson Albatrosses have set up their nesting colonies on Midway Atoll.
A chicken-like bird living in the boreal forest south of the arctic, the Spruce Grouse, survives the cold winter by eating nothing but pine needles.
The East Coast was battered this week by the sea, but for the black oyster catcher the seashore is a protective habitat.
A grove of trees on the slopes of an active volcano in Hawaii is home to a rare and beautiful bird.
Birds are a varied flock when it comes to how often and how much they sing.
The loud and lanky Limpkin lives in the wetlands of Big Cypress Swamp, Florida.
A visit to a favorite migratory bird stopover along the Central Flyway.
Migrating birds have a unique way of using the Earth’s magnetic field to help them find their way.
It’s the largest and tallest bird on the planet, and the fastest creature on two legs.