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Haven for Hummingbirds
How a hummingbird inspired a Texas couple to transform their property into a showplace for attracting birds and other wildlife.
You can make your backyard a hotspot by adding simple perches that birds will flock to.
Six locations near Houston where you can enjoy the remarkable birds of Texas’s coastal prairies.
Why the Blue Jay might be the most misunderstood, and most entertaining, bird at your feeder.
Birds of a Feather Pictured Together
The winners of our annual photo contest: 10 beautiful portaits of birds in flight and in their glory.
From the Editor
Wisconsin becomes the latest state to create birding trails -- and raise birders' expectations
Utility poles are deadly for Harris's Hawks, new findings on Cooper's Hawk eye color, a critical river for Whooping Cranes, and more news about birds
Birder at Large
Up Close and Personal
Barn Swallow: our long-winged, fork-tailed bird of summer.
Those Amazing Birds
For many birds, rearing healthy chicks takes a village.
Birds on the Move
Why so many migrating birds fly at night, not in the day.
Tell apart Black- and Yellow-crowned Night-Herons.
Gardening for Birds
To attract birds, use color the way an artist uses paint.
Reviews of the Stokes Field Guide to Warblers and The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill
From Our Readers
Since You Asked
From Your Backyard
Festivals and Events
Caught in the Act