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Eyewitness Accounts: Old Friend Found
Discoverers of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker tell what it was like to lay eyes on the species.
Essay: First Step
The president of the American Bird Conservancy asks what rediscovery of the Ivory-bill will mean for other endangered species.
Reported Ivory-bill sightings since 1944
Looking Ahead: Now What?
Two leaders of the search team describe priorities for the bird and the Big Woods.
When to go and what you’ll find at the Trumpeter Swan’s Rocky Mountain birthplace.
Western and Clark’s Grebes have many amazing traits, but their courtship display tops them all.
Where to go in beautiful Alberta to count migrating Golden Eagles by the thousands.
From the Editor
News about loon migration, Turkey Vultures, and a bird-rich Alaskan island
Birder at Large
Up Close and Personal
How the Great Crested Flycatcher got its name.
Those Amazing Birds
Birds on the Move
How to ID Snowy, Piping, and Semipalmated Plovers.
From Our Readers
Since You Asked
From Your Backyard
Reviews of The Singing Life of Birds, San Diego County Bird Atlas, and the film March of the Penguins
Festivals and Events
Caught in the Act