Today’s Solutions: May 24, 2024

Birdwatchers visit an island in the rain.

How birdwatchers are incentivizing habitat conservation in Alaska

Alaska is world-renowned in specific tourism sectors—namely those related to rail, ship, and cruise lines. However, there is a thrumming ecotourism industry that has been overlooked: birdwatching. Back in 2019, the US was home to 12.82 million birdwatchers. In 2020 this number jumped to Read More...

Female Eastern Bluebird with Nesting Material on Flowering Eastern Redbud Branch

Want more nesting birds in your garden during spring? Follow these 5 tips

The warmth of spring and summer, also brings along with it the company of local and migrating birds. To simultaneously maximize your chances of viewing these beautiful creatures while supporting them and your garden’s ecosystem during this period, here's five gardening tips to follow. Ensure Read More...

birdwatcher's hand flips through bird book sat next to binoculars

Conservationists call on birdwatching community to help find lost bird species

Calling all birdwatchers! Conservationists and scientists are requesting the help of the world’s birdwatchers to help them find 10 species of birds that seemed to have disappeared off the face of the earth. The initiative was launched last week as a collaborative effort between Re:wild, Read More...