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A fond look at the writers and photographers who made the first pages of this mazagine sing - and a fast-paced tour of the last 15 years in birding.
When to go, what birds to look for, contact info, and beautiful photographs of our readers' favorite birding destinations - one for each of our fabulous 15 years.
Even in a city that takes pride in not being impressed by anything, a tiny bird can still make a mighty big impression.
How to recognize a Broad-wing even from far away.
- Pete Dunne
Up Close and Personal
The Friendly Little Jackhammer
The Downy Woodpecker is a solitary mite in winter, a social drummer in spring, and a master carpenter year-round
Those Amazing Birds
Everything you need to know about plumage and molt.
- Eldon Greij
Ducks are easy to identify...unless they're molting.
Birds on the Move
Keep an eye out for early migrating waterfowl.
- Paul Kerlinger
ID Tips - Bonus Foldout
How to identify House, Purple, and Cassin's Finches.
- Kenn Kaufman
- Photographs by Brian E. Small
Gardening for Birds
Trees to choose for birds and brilliant fall colors.
- Connie Toope
From the Editor
- Charles J. Hagner
Updates on conservation, research and organizations
From Our Readers
Letters from our readers
Since You Asked
Questions from our readers
- Julie Craves
From Your Backyard
Anecdotes and photographs from our readers
Photographs from our readers
Fall Feeding Guide
You can choose the right feeder and seed to attract birds to your yard.
Books on Birds
Books we think you'll like.
Extra information about this issue's articles and columns
Festivals & Events
Buyers and Sellers