On this A Moment of Science, we discuss some of the burrowing owl's wisest moves.
In 2004, a team of scientists from Indiana University, proved how necessary a parrot's tongue was in its ability to talk like humans.
One common misconception people have regarding evolution is that the gradual changing of physical forms always benefits the species in question.
It's not just the size of a brain that determines intelligence, it's also the amount of neurons.
Why do some species of birds-of-paradise have such eye-catching plumage?
If you load a plane that can hold up to 2,000 pounds with more than 2,000 pounds of birds, will it still be able to take off?
Do birds have teeth? Not anymore, but they once did, when they were more similar to dinosaurs.
During migration, birds' digestive system partially shuts down to conserve energy for flight.