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Why houses built in prairies, forests, and scrubland have a predictable, dramatic effect on birds.
Hotspots Near You
Maps, tips, and directions for great spots to see Snow Bunting, Golden-crowned Sparrow, Black-chinned Hummingbird, Montezuma Quail, and other birds.
From the Editor
Birder at Large
Contributing editor Kenn Kaufman explains what to look for to tell apart Ash-throated, Great Crested, and Brown-crested Flycatchers.
Contributing editor Eldon Greij discusses the strangest bill in the bird world.
On the Move
Paul Kerlinger explains how and where to see Parasitic Jaeger this fall.
Three new feeders for finches, bluebirds, and woodpeckers, plus a poster of backyard birds from David Sibley.
Contributing editor David Allen Sibley explains how the way a bird holds its legs in flight can change its appearance.
From Our Readers
A yellow cardinal, ivory gull, and more.
Since You Asked
Photos and stories about birds from readers: Lesser Prairie-Chicken in flight (Photo of the Week Contest winner), Blue Jay eating a garter snake in Vermont, colorful male Painted Bunting in Florida, Red-shouldered Hawk with a frog in South Carolina, a Vermilion Flycatcher in California, American Bittern trying not to be seen at Quivira NWR, Kansas.