Open doors


As new travel rules take effect, more American birders will be able to see Cuba’s extraordinary birds Read More

Seabirds by sail


For intimate views of puffins, shearwaters, and other birds of the sea, nothing beats a cruise on a historic schooner Read More

Subarctic treasure


Sparkling new, the Churchill Northern Studies Centre wows birders while minimizing their impact Read More

Terns in paradise


Why five small islets off the coast of Aruba host more tern species than any other place on Earth Read More

Michigan’s hawk mountain


Why a mountain on ­Michigan’s ­northernmost peninsula may be the best place in the country to watch ­northbound hawks in spring Read More

Unknown Costa Rica


The Osa Peninsula harbors 400 bird species and the last remaining old growth rainforest on the west coast of Central America, and it is the most underbirded corner of Costa Rica Read More