Humans may have left Africa long before the accepted date of 60,000 years ago
A new study finds that humans might have taken different migration routes from Africa
A protagonist of great sensitivity and disaffection earns debut novelist Teju Cole formidable comparisons
One Northern Shovelor went to Bihar instead of the Arctic. The patterns of bird migration in India are going awry
What Bengal thinks today, India thinks tomorrow. If this old saying retains some relevance today, it’s as a way to place the tragedy of the state’s slide in perspective.
They practice ornithology in their backyards—naming little birdies with broken legs and studying the impact of global warming on transcontinental avian migrations
What the inexorable march towards the creation of a global village is leaving in its wake.