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The face of recovery
After 20 years of captive breeding, hand-feeding, and radio-tracking, our most magnificent bird is once again flying free, but it's not out of the woods yet.
The great squirrel war
Six simple ways to out-smart clever squirrels and still keep your birds fed
Where and when to see songbirds, hawks, and other great birds in New York's signature park.
Owls in winter
Superb up-close photos of owls, plus seven can't-miss places to find them this winter.
Hotspots Near You
Easy-to-find top-notch birding destinations near Syracuse, Sacramento, St. Louis, and Atlanta.
The search must go on
Heavy-handed, straight-at-the-birds searches in Florida and Arkansas failed to gather definitive evidence of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker's existence, but multiple, simultaneous sight records and sound detections are impossible to dismiss.
Ideal remote camera for locating Ivory-bills is just an idea
This year, most searches will rely on experts and helicopters
From the Editor
NEW! ID Toolkit
How DDT is still harming Bald Eagles, analogical reasoning in crows, wildfire's toll on sage-grouse, and photos of rare bird sightings
Birder at Large
On the Move
An easy-to-clean feeder, a jacket with pockets galore, and other gear that will make you a better birdwatcher
From Our Readers
Since You Asked
An index to advertisers in the December 2007 issue of Birder's World