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Readers' Favorites Survey: Warblers
Tell us your favorite places to see warblers and you could win Nikon binoculars!
Mystery of the Evening Grosbeak
How birdwatchers charted the sudden decline of a beloved winter wanderer.
Waystation for migrants and home of terns, noddies, frigatebirds, and boobies, the Dry Tortugas belongs on every birdwatcher's list of places to visit.
Hotspots Near You
Maps, directions, and tips for great spots to see Harlequin Duck, King Eider, Harris's Hawk, and other birds.
From the Editor
Mississippi Kites in the Northeast, winter-finch forecast, and a photo gallery of recent rare-bird sightings.
Birder at Large
Contributing Editor Pete Dunne describes how a modest house on a typical street in an ordinary town produced the extraordinary Roger Tory Peterson and a question.
Contributing Editor Kenn Kaufman discusses how the study of five of Alaska's prettiest birds can make you a better shorebird watcher.
Contributing Editor Eldon Greij explains why the songs of Northern Cardinals and Wood Thrushes are as amazing as they are beautiful.
On the Move
Paul Kerlinger explains why Pine Siskin and other northern finches make irregular movements in winter.
Pretty earrings and other items that help birds.
19 new bird books worth reading
An interview with David Allen Sibley about The Sibley Guide to Trees and our choice of new volumes that belong in your library.
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 how to look for five feather groups to be able to read the face of every songbird.
From Our Readers
Waterfowl feeding, equipment comparison, North American Bird Phenology Program, and finding thrushes.
Since You Asked
Four pages of stories and photos submitted by readers, including a must-see photo of mid-air prey exchange, a Lazuli Bunting, Sora Rail, and more.