String of hawk attacks in Arizona prompts warning: "Do not disturb"
"If going near a nesting tree is necessary, carry an open umbrella for protection," the Arizona Game and Fish Department said.
Cockatoos raiding bins spark "arms race" with local residents
Special locks, designed to prevent the crafty cockatoos from breaking into the garbage containers and making a mess, have been distributed to residents.
Tears as smart bird uses words to describe grief for dead friend—"Feel sad"
"Ellie's grief conversations have helped me to revisit my grief in a gentle way," her owner told Newsweek.
Same-sex stork couple filmed caring for each other's eggs after mating
After mating "repeatedly" for several days, the two females each produced four eggs.
Terrifying close encounter with bear captured on bird feeder camera
A Massachusetts homeowner was "surprised" to see the bear on camera furiously devouring the contents of his bird feeder.
Swan found with hook attaching beak to tree
The swan's mate was also found injured by a discarded fishing hook several weeks ago.
Duck on trip to PetSmart drives everyone quackers
Wrinkle the duck tried on outfits, looked at toys and said hello to fellow birds.
Why people are shooting cats in New Zealand
A hunting competition recently canceled a category where children under the age of 14 were tasked with killing as many feral cats as possible, due to backlash.
Owl filmed feasting on snake in shocking video
The female can be seen devouring the large snake from inside the nesting box while she incubates her eggs.
What is H3N8 bird flu risk for humans in U.S?
In the third ever case of a human infection by H3N8 bird flu—a different virus to the H5N1 bird flu currently in the U.S.—a woman in China has died.
Warning issued over "aggressive" owl in Washington
The owl has been terrorizing parkgoers, so much so that officials are advising them to use umbrellas to fend off an attack.
Incredible images show moment baby alligator is snatched by hungry heron
"It feels sad but, in the end, it's nature's rule," photographer Loukik Thakre told Newsweek. "Sometimes nature is not fair to everyone."
How to watch Big Bear bald eagle nest after winter storm mega snow dump
A bald eagle couple in California's San Bernardino National Forest is taking care of two eggs amid extreme winter weather in the state.
Shoebill: Africa's giant, weird prehistoric-looking bird
The massive shoebill, a 5-foot-tall dinosaur-like bird, is listed as a vulnerable species due to its habitat being destroyed.
How giant Joro spiders can spin webs strong enough to catch birds
Invasive Joro spiders have been found to have specialized silk-making glands that allow them to spin their super-strong webs.
How bald eagles could become key in political battle over wind turbines
Opponents of wind turbines often use arguments about their danger to birds to criticize the construction of these renewable energy sources.
Taxidermy birds can be used as drones for spying on wildlife—and people
The dead bodies of birds are being used to disguise drones with flapping wings, allowing them to blend into the environment better.
Watch tiny chicks with absolutely massive feet freeze on command
The video is taken from the National Geographic documentary series "Super/Natural", executive-produced by James Cameron and narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch.
Egg shortages, vaccines and 5G: Why conspiracy theories are on the rise
A new conspiracy theory suggests that egg shortages are not due to highly contagious bird flu, but because egg yolk is a secret cure for COVID-19.
De-Extinction plan to bring back dodo could have bad consequences
The expensive effort to bring the dodo back from the dead could have positive impacts in ecology and research, but could also negatively affect other animals.
Fact Check: Trump claims wind turbines kill "thousands" of bald eagles
Former president Donald Trump criticized turbine tech alleging it was a major bird killer in the U.S.
Rescue group says pigeon was likely dyed pink for gender reveal party
The bird was found wandering around a park, despite being from a captive breed and incapable of flight.
Tucker Carlson sees conspiracy in America's eggs shortage
The incendiary Fox News host claimed there are other unspecified forces at work behind the current egg shortage than the bird flu outbreak.
Shocking images show plummeting water levels at Oregon lake
Lake Abert has dried up so much that the water's salinity levels are too high for native brine shrimp, a major food source for migratory birds.
Michelle Obama 'man' claims, 'end of times' bird swarm—Misinformation Watch
Resurfaced false narrative targets former First Lady, "apocalyptic" scene of swarming birds, and video of "rain in one spot"—in today's Misinformation Watch.
Montana Grizzly bears acting strangely from highly pathogenic virus killed
In a world first, the three grizzly bears were found to have a form of highly pathogenic avian influenza, also known as bird flu.
Smuggling attempt thwarted as "exotic" animals found stuffed in purse
Two live birds, later identified as toucans, were found wrapped in stockings and concealed inside a traveler's purse.
Watch praying mantis feast on bird in horrifying video: "Brutal to watch"
Praying mantises often capture and kill fish, frogs and even small species of birds.
Police called to break up deadly fight between snake and hawk in Florida
"That is an unusual call. But you never know what you will find on any given day in patrol," said Captain Kaley Behl.
"Extinct" creatures appear on Galapagos island after 5,000 years
The Galápagos Islands are a remote archipelago in the Pacific Ocean home to a wide variety of unique flora and fauna species.