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The Cat's Meow
Sure, the Gray Catbird can be bold and inquisitive, but the easiest way to locate one is to listen.
Tropical Dream World
A gallery of exquisite birds seen (but not counted) in Mexico by Roger Tory Peterson and James Fisher in 1953.
Teaching children about birds is essential and fun. But as Kenn Kaufman found out, it requires a lot of energy.
Where to go, when to go, and what you’ll see at two hawkwatches along Long Island Sound in Connecticut.
Starlings, House Sparrows, and Brown-headed Cowbirds aren’t evil; they’re just out of place. So what should we do about them?
Not every duck is welcome in every puddle. Consider the Ruddy Duck.
From the Editor
The forums on our new website are yours, not ours. Give them a try!
House Finch eye disease spreads west, migratory birds rely on their gut, Aplomado Falcons bounce back, and more news about birds
Birder at Large
In Mexico, birds are aplenty, but you can’t count a one.
Up Close and Personal
Look into the nest of a predator: the Cooper’s Hawk.
Those Amazing Birds
Why some birds don’t hunt alone.
Birds on the Move
Hurricanes can be bad for birds but great for birdwatchers.
Greater Prairie-Chickens and close relatives.
Gardening for Birds
How to turn your yard into a fall feeding station.
From Our Readers
Since You Asked
From Your Backyard
Festivals and Events
Caught in the Act