Robot that uses AI to pull weeds may reduce poisonous herbicide use by 70% for some crops.
When researchers started trapping and putting radio trackers on female turkeys in the thick woods of southeast Oklahoma, they hoped to learn how hens were successfully raising their young.
Superb singers, pollen showers and some jambalaya on the bayou. The winners of the sixth annual BirdLife Australia Bird Photography awards have been announced
The votes are in for New Zealand’s Bird of the Century poll and the winner by a significant margin, getting more than 290,000 votes, is the Australasian crested grebe
Tests exploring how birds navigate gaps smaller than their wingspan shed new light on their ‘amazing abilities’
Red-crowned parrots first arrived in Texas during the 1980s through the illegal pet trade.
On remote islands off the Maine coast, a unique bird held its own this year in the face of climate change.
Return of takahē – large, flightless bird – to alpine slopes of the South Island marks a conservation victory in New Zealand
Almost 200 bird species found to build nests with human litter, including cigarette butts, plastic bags and fishing nets
South Africa’s only endemic parrot is the Cape parrot (Poicephalus robustus), known as the ‘jewel of the forest’. With an estimated 1,800 of these birds left in the wild, they are considered an endangered species.
Exclusive: Ecologists say there are early signs that the population is recovering in remote forests
A reintroduction programme saw the first white-tailed eagles hatched in Ireland for more than 100 years.