|Beautiful, bi-monthly BirdWatching magazine (formerly Birder's World) appeals to every bird enthusiast — from backyard birdwatcher to serious birder. Subscribers receive helpful hints for attracting and feeding birds, handy identification tips, photography pointers, info about where to find birds, superb color photography, and much more! |
Tips, strategies, and tricks for adding MacGillivray's, Mourning, Kentucky, and Connecticut Warblers to your life list.
The past president of the Houston Audubon Society describes a pair of hotspots located just a few hours south of Brownsville where you can find White-crowned Parrot, Black-headed Saltator, Flame-colored Tanager, and other tropical birds -- El Cielo Biosphere Reserve and Monterrey, Mexico.
Read what happened when our writer visited the Isles of Shoals, home of the biggest and most productive tern colony in the Gulf of Maine -- and the only place in New Hampshire, and one of only a few places in all of New England, where you can reliably see Roseate and Arctic Terns.
Hotspots Near You
Profiles of four excellent, easy-to-get-to birding destinations: John Heinz NWR at Tinicum, Philadelphia, PA; Dutch Gap Conservation Area, Chester, VA; Mount Tabor Park, Portland, OR; and Noblewood Park, Willsboro, NY.
We asked two dozen of the best birders we know to test 11 of the best binoculars we could find during a recent birding trip in Wisconsin's North Woods. Then we asked them whether the binocs were worth the money. We'll report what they said.
From the Editor
Winter Ivory Gull sightings, new research on songbird migration and cuckoos and gypsy moths, and photos of recent rare bird sightings.
Birder at Large
On the Move
How to attract birds in May and June.
Two feeders and a fountain for your backyard, plus eight great new books.
From Our Readers
Finding rails, hummingbirds, and Bristle-thighs.
Since You Asked
Four pages of stories and photos submitted by readers, including Willets, a Gray-necked Wood-rail, and a Mountain Bluebird.
Links to every advertiser in the June issue.
Optics, bird seed, bird tours, lodging, and more.