|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! |
Even after Hurricane Katrina, City Park remains the best birding spot in New Orleans.
Attracting birds: Just right
How to attract owls, ducks, woodpeckers, and other big birds with houses made just for them.
Participants in the Jocotoco Birdathon did more than look for one of the world's rarest birds - they were birding with a purpose.
Research digest: List by list
Why the Endangered Species Act doesn't come close to describing the status of all of our birds.
Hotspots Near You
Four fun, easy-to-get-to places to visit right now, with maps, bird lists, tips, driving directions, and more:
From the Editor
Updated Red Knot numbers, the role of head ornaments on owls, and a photo gallery of rare bird sightings.
On the Move
The Young Birder's Guide to Birds of Eastern North America, A Birder's Guide to Southern California, and Birdscaping in the Midwest: A Guide to Gardening with Native Plants to Attract Birds.
How to keep the ground under a feeder tidy, a camera and binocular strap, an ant guard for nectar feeders, a window mount for scopes and cameras, and fabric and leather protector for your footwear.
From Our Readers
More sound recording tips, a boost for Alaska tourism, a call for stiff penalties for hawk killers, and a Forest Service biologist's insight into geese.
Since You Asked
Photos of a Whooping Crane-blue crab standoff, a Long-tailed Duck takeoff, and a straddling Marsh Wren. Plus, an owl and woodpecker face off, and the latest Photo of the Week winner.
Links to every advertiser in the June issue.
Bird books, feeders and seed, tours and trips, and lodging.