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They’re beautiful, fun to watch, and a little odd, and there’s one place in Arizona where you can see them all.
Tips and tactics for spotting hard-to-see but easy-to-hear whip-poor-wills, pauraques, and other nightjars this year.
Hotspots Near You
Maps, directions, and tips for four great places to find birds.
Since You Asked
Birder at Large
How to identify Costa’s Hummingbird compared to Anna's and Black-chinned Hummingbirds.
On the Move - SLIDESHOW
Why five teams of researchers in the last three years have reached the same disappointing conclusion -- that the Ivory-billed Woodpecker is in fact extinct.
Why biologists believe that the number of endangered Whooping Cranes that breed in Canada and winter in Texas may not reach 1,000 birds, an important goal for the recovery of the species, for another half century.
How the practice of selective logging in coastal old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest often removes the trees that Marbled Murrelets are most likely to choose as nest locations.
How researchers using light-level geolocators have obtained the first evidence that Black Swifts that breed in western North America spend the winter in Brazil in South America.
What surveys completed by birdwatchers from May 2010 to November 2011 at six popular birding destinations in Ohio reveal about the economic impact of birding in the state.
Eye on Conservation
Why metal and PVC tubes commonly used to mark mining claims in Nevada and other western states present a clear hazard to millions of birds.
From Our Readers
Your View - SLIDESHOW
Towers on Brockway Mountain, Trap-Neuter-Release, and Nest-tube instructions
Backyard photographer Robert Strickland explains how he managed to take a beautiful, tack-sharp photo of a Cedar Waxwing in June 2006 using a 500mm lens and 2x extender.
Books and Products
New Products - SLIDESHOW
A hand-woven suet feeder, a peanut feeder that defeats peanut-loving squirrels, and a web-based service that turns learning bird songs and calls into a fun game.
Birds Around Us - SLIDESHOW
The editors of BirdWatching magazine describe Steve N.G. Howell's guide to petrels, albatrosses, and storm-petrels, Julie Zickefoose's new collection of essays, John Marzluff's latest book about crows, Derek Lovitch's guide to becoming a better birder, David Sibley's backyard birding flashcards, and 10 other new books about birds and birdwatching.