You may think you know pigeons, but you've never seen them like this before. This month, you'll meet beakless pigeons prized for their beauty, and beautiful pigeons bred for their meat. Homing pigeons race each other to find their way home from hundreds of miles away. In other animal news, there's an armadillo in our living room--but that's not nearly as bad as the eroding oceans that communities living with climate change have to deal with. Kids from those communities share their photos with us this month. We also see photos from a wildlife filmmaker who says your favorite nature documentaries might be lying to you.
This month's Muserologist is a filmmaker, too, though we hope her story wasn't a lie. If you want to see your own true story published in Muse, submit a Muserology. And don't forget to enter our wildlife photography contest, as well as our BONUS video contest! You can see the winners of March's alphabet contest here.
Are You a Homer?
TOWN HALL DISCUSSION: Can you find your way as easily as the homing pigeon? Or do you carry a GPS device with you at all times?
Break a Leg
MUSEROLOGY: "A spotlight shone on me, and my legs felt detached from my body."
CONTEST: It's your turn to be the wildlife photographer.
When Nature Films Lie
TOWN HALL DISCUSSION: Your favorite wildlife documentaries may be lying to you. Is that so wrong?
Shooting in the Wild
BOOK: Your favorite nature documentaries are lying to you.