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Our Smallest Falcon
The colorful American Kestrel is also our best-known.
Rats Wreck Havoc on Bird Islands
Nesting seabirds suffer heavy predation by rats.
Photo Essay: The Hooded Merganser
A look at the courtship displays of this magnificient merganser.
In Search of an Alaskan Curlew
The discovery of the Bristle-thighed Curlew's nesting ground took years.
With a Glint in the Eye
The Cottrilles: a naturalist team with a flair for photography.
Birding Hot Spots
Rare Bird Report
A Summary of Unusual Sightings
Nature's Carpenters: The Woodpeckers
The Wandering Albatross
Birds and Art
Bill Koelpin: Art in Wood
Bird Art Calendar
Art Shows Featuring Birds
Comments from Readers
Photographs Submitted by Readers
The Best of Bird Books
Hawks and Feeders