Smithsonian Voices

From the Smithsonian Museums

A High-Tech Approach to Giraffe Conservation

An average wild giraffe has a home range of about 140 square miles—nearly equivalent to the surface area of Philadelphia. So how do scientists track and study them?

Bobcat caught on camera trap walking through brush and scrub on Montana's grasslands

How I Study Elusive Prairie Bobcats

Bald eagles are native to the United States, but caring for them is a unique and rare opportunity. Every bald eagle in human care, including Annie pictured here, is a rescue.

Meet Rescued Bald Eagles Tioga and Annie

The coast on the island of Curaçao

Connecting Ocean Conservation from Sea to Sky

Common yellowthroats, like the one pictured here, spend their winters in coffee growing regions in Latin America.

Birders Want You to Rethink Your Morning Roast