Owls Born Outside Office Window Now Staring In At WorkersDesks by the window are often considered the holy grail of office real estate. But at one California office, seats by the window have kind of... gone to the birds.
Couple Snaps Pics Of Bald Eagle In Their BackyardA husband and wife were stunned when a bald eagle flew over their house and perched on a tree in their backyard Friday.
US Officials Will Review Status Of Lesser Prairie ChickenFederal wildlife officials on Tuesday agreed to reconsider the status of a grouse found in pockets across the Great Plains as environmentalists fight to return the bird to the list of protected species.
American Airlines Plane Back In Service After Bird Strike"A flock, a flyby and a quick freshen up. Thanks to our #AATeam, nose-body even knows."
3D Printer Used To Create New Feet For DuckA duck who lost its feet to frostbite is waddling again thanks to a Wisconsin middle school teacher and a 3D printer.
The Great Backyard Bird Count Is UnderwayPeople in Texas and all over the world are taking part in the first day of the Great Backyard Bird Count.
Texans Will Be A Part Of Audubon Society's Annual Christmas Bird CountMore than 72,000 volunteers in more than 2,400 locations, including dozens across Texas, are expected to participate in the National Audubon Society's annual Christmas Bird Count.
Lost Hummingbird Gets Lift From St. Paul To TexasA rufous hummingbird has finally made its way south for the winter after accidentally ending up in Minnesota.
Wildlife Responders Clean Birds In Harm's Way After SpillTuesday afternoon, the Coast Guard says it’s reopened the Houston Ship Channel to limited traffic, after an oil spill three days ago.
Dallas-Bound AA Flight Hits Bird, Makes Emergency LandingA Dallas-bound American Airlines flight from Tulsa, turned around and made an emergency landing after hitting a bird.
Crews Cleaning Up Egret Mess At Fort Worth ParkThe city parks department is cleaning up a foul smelling mess left by some Egrets in a Fort Worth neighborhood.
Fewer Birds May Explain Fewer West Nile CasesScientists say a lower bird population in North Texas this summer may explain why there haven't been more human cases of the virus.