Humans use a process called "Constructing a cognitive map" to mentally visualize their surroundings. Do birds do this too?
Cowbirds lay their eyes in the nests of other birds... so how do baby cowbirds know they are cowbirds?
On this Moment of Science, we'll learn how the phrase "blood is thicker than water," applies to the natural world.
Scientists are learning how the Toco toucan uses its oversized bill to cool down.
Bird song is lovely to hear, a romantic addition to any landscape, but what exactly does it mean? We'll find out, on today's Moment of Science.
Want to improve your groove when it comes to the Funky Chicken or the Electric Slide? Maybe you could take a lesson from the birds.
It's difficult to look at a vulture's conspicuous baldness without thinking of some crotchety old man having a bad day, but vultures are bald for a reason.
Many bird-of-paradise species have evolved colorful plumage - a result of special eating habits and behaviors.
Over one hundred and seventy different species of bird have been observed sun-bathing.
Most birds you see standing on only one leg are doing an impressive balancing act while tucking the second leg into their feathers. Why do they do that?