'One In A Million' Yellow Cardinal Spotted In AlabamaBiologists say a woman in Alabama has a "one in a million" house guest as an extremely rare yellow cardinal has been filmed snacking at the homeowner's bird feeder repeatedly.
Rich Car Owners Putting Spikes On Trees To Avoid Bird PoopWhile admitting that the spikes could be seen as cruel by others, the resident added that area residents had already tried to scare the birds away using other methods and failed.
Cats Killing Millions Of Birds, Threaten Extinction, Study FindsResearchers at Charles Darwin University say that wild cats alone are killing around 316 million birds a year on the continent.
Ravens Are More Cunning Than Preschoolers, Study FindsRavens are capable of planning for future events and bartering, and will forgo immediate rewards to obtain a better reward in the future, according to a new study.
Nature Sees To It That Seeds Get AroundIf you wonder how something sprouts in your yard when you didn’t plant it, it’s because Nature designed seeds to be strewn.
The Five B's Are Best For Your GardenBirds, Bats, Butterflies, Bees and Bugs. Celebrate these Five B’s at a slew of events in and around Wayne and Radnor Township, PA now through May 9th.
Nature Celebrates The Joy Of The SeasonSo many of the glass, plastic, and metal baubles we decorate with indoors are inspired by Nature. And all the critters are celebrating the season as well.
Bird Snap AppThe BirdSnap app can help amateur ornothologists identify bird species - and even fill you in on similiar ones (and how to tell the difference).
Villanova U. Professor's Research Into Familiar Songbirds Yields Surprising ResultsAccording to a recently published study of two species of familiar backyard birds, the area where they overlap and interbreed is moving north, which researchers say demonstrates the effects of climate change.
Bare Branches Reveal Summer SecretsIf you often hear birds singing or see them flying in and out of trees near you, winter is the perfect time to go for a walk and see if they left a nest behind.
Eggshells Are For The BirdsThrough the winter, gritty eggshell bits help birds digest their food and provide some calcium.
Nature's GardenSome of the best things in my garden I didn't plant but I'm glad mother Nature has a green thumb!