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Why the understated Eurasian Tree Sparrow continues to win fans and attract birders 140 years after its introduction.
Why Michigan’s Brockway Mountain may be the best place in the country to watch northbound hawks in spring.
Researchers in a race with wind-power developers are changing what we know about Golden Eagles in the East.
Hotspots Near You
Maps, directions, and tips for places to find birds in Virginia, New York, Alabama, and British Columbia.
These gardens, woodlands, wetlands, and a meadow in New York City attract warblers, hawks, woodpeckers, sparrows, mockingbirds, and other winged visitors.
Since You Asked
Birder at Large
Foolproof ways to ID Sharp-shinned Hawks and Cooper’s Hawks.
On the Move - SLIDESHOW
Eye on Conservation
From Our Readers
Your View - SLIDESHOW
Sandhill Cranes, Spotted and Barred Owls, trap-neuter-release, and more
Books and Products
Birds Around Us - SLIDESHOW
Five fun items that let you celebrate birds on Valentine’s Day.
New Products - SLIDESHOW