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The Birder's World Guide to Eggs & Nests
How to recognize the eggs and nests of the most common birds in your backyard - and what to do if a chick falls out of the nest.
Nests Up Close
Nests of the world's most beautiful birds as viewed through the lens of one of the most acclaimed nature photographers.
Red, White, and Blue-blooded
Handsome and opportunistic, the Red-headed Woodpecker is also one of America's most imperiled birds. But why?
From the Editor
- Charles J. Hagner
Two fresh starts for Birder's World
Updates on conservation, research, and organizations
Brown Pelicans appeared in record numbers on the Great Lakes in 2002, a new threat to Spotted Owls, West Nile in the Caribbean, and more news about birds
Birder at Large - New this issue
Point of Departure
A new feather quest begins with a chat with an old friend
Up Close and Personal
Why the Whip-poor-will hides by day and sings by night
Those Amazing Birds
How a weaver's remarkable nest helps it find a mate
Birds on the Move
When the insects start crawling, warblers come flying
Compare Virginia Rails with King and Clapper Rails.
- Kenn Kaufman
- Photographs by Brian E. Small
Gardening for Birds
How to grow a rainbow of blooms in even tiny spaces.
- Connie Toops
From Our Readers
Since You Asked
From the Backyard
Caught in the Act