March 5, 2013
Osprey along James River in the Chesapeake Bay

Join the crowd – Watch ospreys in 2013

March 1, 2013

Eastern Golden Eagle Working Group receives award

February 26, 2013

A Remarkable 2012 Season of Recovery for the Red-cockaded Woodpecker in Virginia

February 22, 2013

2013 – An assessment year for colonial waterbirds

February 8, 2013

CCB assists Georgia DNR in winter sparrow study

January 18, 2013

Project OspreyWatch Launches 2013 Season

December 6, 2012
Hope fitted with satellite transmitter (copy)

Biologist reunites with Hope

August 13, 2012
Fletcher Smith with Akpik on breeding ground in the Canadian Arctic (copy)

Brassy whimbrels fly more than 2,500 miles out to sea and through the heart of the Atlantic Ocean completing a nonstop flight of 6 days

June 26, 2012

CCB Launches New Nightjar Survey Network Website

April 5, 2012
Hope at Great Pond on 9 January 2012

Hope returns to Virginia

February 22, 2012
7 week old osprey chick closeup (copy)

Become an Osprey Watcher: Connect with a global community of observers

January 6, 2012

CCB Completes Gulf Oil Spill Work with Eagles and Osprey

October 12, 2011

Chesapeake wildlife in the balance with menhaden regulation

April 21, 2011
A rare four-chick bald eagle brood at eight weeks old

Extremely Rare 4-chick Bald Eagle Brood Documented on James River

November 15, 2010

2010 Virginia Eagle Survey continues to reach milestones

July 15, 2010
closeup of Camellia with transmitter

CCB assists other groups in tracking eagles

July 14, 2010

Studying eagles along the lower Susquehanna (Conowingo)

July 13, 2010

Reproductive effort of red-cockaded woodpeckers at Piney Grove a result of age before beauty

July 12, 2010

Mercury levels in Chesapeake Bay bald eagles

July 11, 2010

Rare four-chick eagle brood in Pennsylvania

July 10, 2010

Mexican whip-poor-will monitoring

July 9, 2010

Peregrine falcons thriving

July 7, 2010

Peregrine falcon, “James”, establishes record for lifetime reproductive success

July 6, 2010

Byrd surveys help save eagles