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How springtime surveyors are helping scientists replace speculation with reliable data about nightjars.
An accomplished photographer paddles into a secluded wetland to get a rare glimpse of nesting Black Terns.
Hotspots Near You
Maps, directions, and tips for great spots to see California Thrasher, Prothonotary and Golden-winged Warblers, and other birds.
From the Editor
Birder at Large
Contributing editor Pete Dunne discusses Cape May's tarnished Ivory Gull.
Contributing editor Kenn Kaufman explains what to look for to distinguish California, Black-tailed, and Blue-gray Gnatcatchers.
Contributing editor Eldon Greij discusses how hummingbirds choose flowers and other reasons the tiny birds are fascinating.
On the Move
Paul Kerlinger explains how tail feathers reveal where Wilson's Warblers and other birds fly.
A close look at a bird photograph posted on our website by a reader like you.
Contributing editor David Allen Sibley explains how to ID Cooper's and Sharp-shinned Hawks.
From Our Readers
Marshland preserved, chatty chats, eagles of Squaw Creek, lightweight binocs, and more.
Since You Asked
Stories and photos submitted by readers, including our Photo of the Week contest winner, a Red-footed Booby, and a sneaky Gray Jay.