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Where to go along the Missouri River to see the birds that Lewis and Clark recorded on the Great Plains.
The Captain and the Ornithologist
Lewis and Clark weren't the only explorers to launch historic voyages of discovery two centuries ago.
You can provide materials that birds will use to build nests this spring -- and your dog can help.
Birds of Prey in the American West
Photos from an acclaimed nature photographer reveal magnificent creatures that Lewis and Clark barely noted.
From the Editor
Lewis and Clark saw amazing wildlife spectacles 200 years ago, and most of the birds they saw still remain to amaze us today.
36 Whooping Cranes have been added to the wild since 2001, chickadees sound the alarm, and a big day for birds is coming up
Birder at Large
Up Close and Personal
Morning Glory: Few adventures stir the emotions as much as watching a family of Wood Ducks leap into the world
Those Amazing Birds
Copycats: To boost fuel efficiency of jet planes, NASA mimicked the formation flight of geese
Birds on the Move
Call Catcher: The simplest of listening devices turns the night sky into the final frontier of bird identification
Franklin's Gull: Look for white between gray wing feathers and black wingtips on Franklin's Gull
Gardening for Birds
Go Native: Native plants offer nesting birds the best protection from predators
Reviews of Dictionary of Birds of the United States and a guide to 500 important bird areas
From Our Readers
Since You Asked
From the Backyard
Festivals and Events
Caught in the Act