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Readers' Favorites Survey: Hummingbirds
Tell us your favorite places to see hummingbirds and you could win Nikon binoculars!
An experienced guide describes the terns, ptarmigan, and other birds that bring Alaska’s coastal plain to life.
Hotspots Near You
Maps, directions, and tips for great spots to see Greater Prairie-Chickens, Canyon Wrens, Gyrfalcons, and other birds.
Field test: Lightweight eights
From the Editor
Golden Eagle migration, Loggerhead Shrike alert, Antarctic bird count, and gallery of rare-bird sightings.
Birder at Large
Contributing Editor Pete Dunne describes why after 30 years, the hawkwatch and the dawn are still favorites.
Contributing editor Kenn Kaufman discusses what to look for to distinguish Oak Titmouse and Juniper Titmouse.
Contributing Editor Eldon Greij explains how warming seas are threatening the most recognizable and loveable birds in the world.
On the Move
Paul Kerlinger explains where to go to see a Gyrfalcon this winter.
Five feeders that are right for winter.
A close look at a bird photograph posted on our website by a reader like you.
Using hand-painted artwork and in his own words, Contributing Editor David Allen Sibley explains what to look at on the head of a songbird.
From Our Readers
Birding the Dry Tortugas and Sweetwater Wetlands in Tucson, Arizona, returning robins, and attracting birds.
Since You Asked
Stories and photos submitted by readers, including our Photo of the Week contest winner, a Bald Eagle, and a Rose-breasted Grosbeak.