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Pete Dunne picks his favorite binoculars for the money - and explains why there's no such thing as a "best" model, just binoculars that work for you.
Leonard Peyton's hobby - banding the tiny redpolls that flock to his Alaska yard each winter - is citizen science on a grand scale.
Beaks That Fit the Bill
Chisel, scissors, spear, filter, comb - sure, a bird's bill is a tool. But it's also a thing of beauty.
The Nose Knows
Contrary to popular belief, birds can smell perfectly well. And for good reason: They need to.
Three Little- Known Florida Hotspots
If you've never gone birding on an alligator farm, you don't know what you're missing.
Those Amazing Birds
Why food fights between competing species are rare.
- Eldon Greij
Up Close and Personal
The Tufted Titmouse: A bold and charming backyard favorite.
- George H. Harrison
Brown head, brown body, brown tail - a Bald Eagle?
- Kenn Kaufman
Gardening for Birds
Fruit trees and shrubs for any yard, no matter the size.
- Connie Toops
Birds on the Move
How golbal warming will affect the birds you watch.
- Paul Kerlinger
From the editor
- Charles J. Hagner, Editor
Update on conservation, research, and organizations.
From Our Readers
Letters from our readers.
Since You Asked
Questions from our readers.
By Julie Craves
From the Backyard
Anecdotes and photos from our readers.
Photographs from our readers
Products for birders
Websites on Redpolls, beaks, Bald Eagles...
Festivals and Events
January through April 2002
Buyers and Sellers
Caught in the Act
Photo by Joe McDonald