The “losers” are exactly the ones you want to protect.
Bird-brain? Hardly an insult.
Dinosaurs developed colored eggs for the first and only time in history, a new study suggests.
Talk about a gruesome story — yikes!
A remarkable finding, already highly vulnerable.
There’s some good news, but also a lot of bad news.
It’s not only about what you eat — it’s also about how you use that food.
Life, uhm, finds a way.
Put that tongue back in, Jurassic Park!
Most birds could fly by that time — but it was the ones that couldn’t that survived.
Not all dino teeth are made the same…
It’s impressive that we can learn so much about something so fragile, from so long ago.
Identifying feathers could be extremely useful.
There’s a new arsonist in town — one with wings instead of hands.
They’re really nice cool places for raising baby birds — or fo rest!
An incredible find.
Don’t mind me, just hitching a ride.
It’s as good a bird book as any, and I’d recommend it to everyone visiting Kruger Park as well as other, similar, habitats across the continent.
Best. Story. Ever.
The best predictor of long or pointy eggs is a bird’s flying ability.