Birds

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Early Bird Archaeopteryx Grew More Like A Dinosaur

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Tiny Cameras Show Albatrosses on the Hunt

Heading to Canada from as far away as Argentina, red knot sandpipers stop to feast on the eggs of horseshoe crabs at Delaware Bay.

Return of the Sandpiper

Thanks to the Delaware Bay's horseshoe crabs, the tide may be turning for an imperiled shorebird

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Tyrannosaurus Suffered From Bird Disease

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Feathers Before Archaeopteryx

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The Curse of the Labrador Duck

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Five Favorite Penguins Outside Antarctica

Of all the species of penguins, more than half can be found only outside Antarctica. One of our favorites is in the Galapagos

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Georgia Elementary School Trades One Dinosaur for Another

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Oversized Beak Keeps Toucan Cool

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Did Dinosaurs Roar?

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What Color Was That Moa?

Aptly named superb starlings enjoy the bird feeder at Mpala Ranch.

Day 5: Bird Watching and Animal Tracking

Living among the African wildlife, Smithsonian researchers are busy studying the symbiotic relationships between flora and fauna

A Dancing Parrot and More

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Dinosaur Finger Points to Bird Evolution

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Picture of the Week—Laysan Albatross Pair

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Filling in the Dinosaur Family Tree

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Migratory Canada Geese Brought Down Flight 1549

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Swimming Proto-Birds?

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Tianyulong: An Unexpectedly Fuzzy Dinosaur

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Picture of the Week—Great Egret

Voting continues for the Reader's Choice in Smithsonian magazine's 6th Annual Photo Contest

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