These awards provide one year of free membership to students who have not previously been members of the society.
Author: AOS Staff
You have probably heard the startling impact of a bird hitting a glass pane, or perhaps you’ve come across a dead bird beneath a window. While the effect on the bird was lethal, you were likely affected by that event too.
If you’re a predator that eats baby birds — say, an American Crow — eavesdropping on the begging calls of nestlings can be an easy way to find your next meal.
Every museum has its “greatest hits” tour — those specimens steeped in museum lore that you show off to visitors.
My earliest memory of participating in the creation of the Rainbow Lorikeets is set in a semi-crowded social hour at the 2019 AOS meeting in Anchorage.
In ancient Chinese mythology, cranes were said to carry the souls of the dead to paradise.
After a catastrophic natural event such as a volcanic eruption, what happens to the birds that live in the affected area?
Sand and gravel pits may seem like an unlikely place to nest, but they greatly resemble Bank Swallows’ natural habitat along rivers and lakeshores.
Different raptor species in the Arctic nest at least 700 to 1,800 meters apart — except for the Rough-legged Hawk.
George Edwards deserves recognition as the creator of a method of posing specimens that anticipated Audubon’s.