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Author and artist David Sibley tells where you can find the rails that inspired the illustrations in his famous field guide.
Attracting Birds: Water Works!
How to choose baths, drippers, misters, and other water features that birds can't resist.
Meal in the Mud
The three best places along Canada's Bay of Fundy to watch southbound-migrating shorebirds this fall.
Far Afield: Cliffhanger
Why the south of France is the best place to go to add the beautiful Wallcreeper to your life list.
From the Editor
Satellites reveal loon migration, birdsong's importance in finch breeding, shelter for Piping Plovers, a hummingbird invasion, and more news about birds.
Special Report: Mississippi After Katrina
Storm killed many birds, left little habitat for survivors and migrants
Birder at Large
Those Amazing Birds
Birds on the Move
What to look for to identify Bewick's Wren.
From Our Readers
Since You Asked
From the Backyard
Scott Weidensaul's review of On Ancient Wings, a beautiful new book about Sandhill Cranes. Plus, a review of The Ardent Birder: On the Craft of Birdwatching
Festivals and Events
Caught in the Act