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Sizing Up Scopes
Fifteen of the best spotting scopes on the market, plus six important questions to ask before you buy one.
If you see a Prairie Falcon this winter, chances are it was hatched in the cliffs overlooking Idaho’s Snake River Valley.
The Great White Quiet
Where to go on Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula for bullbirds, gozzers, soldiers, and other great winter birds.
The Great Gannet Colony
One of only six in North America, the colony on Avalon’s Bird Rock is a sight to behold in spring.
The Overlooked Warbler
What we don’t know about the most conservatively attired of our four desert-nesting warblers — Lucy’s Warbler.
From the Editor
For birders, 2003 had its bad news, surprises, and fabulous news
In the news this month, Bermuda Petrels survived a rocky hurricane season, roadkill deer pose problems for eagles, and the number of U.S. birders has dropped
Birder at Large
Do Not Disturb
Why being a good birder doesn't mean always being quiet.
Up Close and Personal
The ubiquitous House Finch colonized America from two fronts.
Those Amazing Birds
Why ducklings follow their mother wherever she goes.
Birds on the Move
How weather radar will change the way you look at birds.
Gray-crowned, Brown-capped, and Black Rosy-Finches.
Gardening for Birds
Books that inform and inspire, and belong in your library.
From Our Readers
Since You Asked
From the Backyard
Festivals and Events
Caught in the Act