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A Hawk's First Days
Look over a birdwatcher's shoulder into the nest of a Red-shouldered Hawk.
Humboldt Penguins may be crowd-pleasers in American zoos, but they face challenges in Peru and Chile.
Into the Wild
Our associate editor takes you behind the scenes with a history-making Whooping Crane family.
Exclusive Update: Crane recovery program to continue
The deaths of 17 young Whooping Cranes shocked conservationists. But plans are underway to add up to 36 birds to the flock this year.
Hotspots Near You
Four excellent, easy-to-get-to birding destinations in Massachusetts, Michigan, Illinois, and California.
Online Exclusive: Interview with Bobby Harrison
In a chat with our editors, the long-time Ivory-bill searcher talks about his foundation, the bird, and critics
From the Editor
Whether mockingbirds can count, good news for Red Knots, dwindling birdwatcher numbers, and the ligament birds can't fly without.
Birder at Large
On the Move
Roger Tory Peterson's essays and the new National Geo guide, plus books about condors and how to help birds.
This spring, raise money in support of bird conservation by participating in a birdathon.
Festivals and Events