Find cormorants, night-herons, warblers, thrushes, owls, shorebirds, waterfowl, and egrets at this globally significant Important Bird Area on Lake Ontario.
By Tom Flinn | Published: 10/23/2009
The most reliable site in New Jersey for wintering Harlequin Ducks, and a great place to see shorebirds, falcons, eiders, gulls, and longspurs.
By William Jobes | Published: 10/23/2009
This nature preserve north of Houston is a top spot for Brown-headed Nuthatch and Greater Roadrunner, songbirds and woodpeckers in summer, and hawks and hummingbirds in fall.
By Fred Collins | Published: 8/21/2009
This lake next to Meacham International Airport is a great place to see shorebirds, waterfowl, Least Terns, Scissor-tailed Flycatchers, sparrows, and many other birds.
By Gail Morris | Published: 8/21/2009
Chicago's modern-day birding mecca, located on the Lake Michigan shore, is the place to see warblers, gulls, terns, sparrows, shorebirds, orioles, and rarities
By Demetri Lafkas | Published: 8/21/2009
This park on the banks of the Scioto River south of downtown Columbus is a great spot to watch waterfowl, sandpipers, warblers, flycatchers, and kingfishers. Plus, rarities fly in often.
By Jim McCormac | Published: 8/21/2009
Just south of the famed eagle- and gull-watching site at Conowingo Dam, Susquehanna State Park is the premier spot in the region to observe Cerulean Warblers. Also look for orioles, wrens, hawks, herons, and terns.
By William Jobes | Published: 6/19/2009
This Chicago-area birding site features a fall hawk watch and is where to go to see Blue-winged Warbler, Dickcissel, Summer Tanager, Lapland Longspurs, Rough-legged Hawk, and many other species.
By Jeff Chapman | Published: 6/19/2009