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Our shiest marsh bird is thriving south of the border in a paradise sustained by water flowing from north of the border.
Dream Island Days
Clown-faced puffins and night-landing shearwaters make tiny Skokholm Island the ideal place for a birding honeymoon.
A photographer describes a search for Snowy Owls north of the Arctic Circle — and why you should never trust a lemming.
Where to go in the leafy Cumberland Gap region to find rich history and excellent birding.
From the Editor
An astounding number of birds migrate great distances each year
Crow populations crash, three special Bald Eagles, the search for Kirtland's Warbler's winter home, an ancient bird carving, and more news from the world of birds
Birder at Large
Shock and awe
On Utah's Great Salt Lake, the heat doesn't diminish the spectacle
Up Close and Personal
If any bird was misnamed, it's the pioneering Red-bellied Woodpecker
Those Amazing Birds
The brightness of a bird's plumage may signal its social status
Birds on the Move
Researchers track Red Knots and other shorebirds with colored bands
Look for a patch of bare orange skin between the eye and upper mandible
Gardening for Birds
Guzzle and go
Three flowers are sure to lure hummingbirds to your yard
Reviews of the National Geographic Reference Atlas to the Birds of North America and the Firefly Encyclopedia of Birds
From Our Readers
Since You Asked
From the Backyard
Festivals and Events
Caught in the Act