Beautiful, bi-monthly BirdWatching magazine (formerly Birder’s World) appeals to every bird enthusiast — from backyard birdwatcher to serious birder. Subscribers receive helpful hints for attracting and feeding birds, handy identification tips, photography pointers, info about where to find birds, superb color photography, and much more! Click the corners of the cover above to see inside!
The new Sibley Guide, a new island home for Kirtland’s Warblers, a beautiful new place to stay while birding at Churchill, and (potentially) 10 new species of Red Crossbill.
Like meteors from heaven
The sad story of the Passenger Pigeon, remembered 100 years
after it disappeared.
David Sibley tells us the changes he’s made to the revised edition
of his bestselling Guide to Birds.
Why beautiful, vocal Red Crossbill is a species at a crossroads.
A sustainable new place for birders to stay and learn in Churchill,
See the Tablet Extras that we added to our February 2014 issue.
Since You Asked
Answers to your questions
How to attract wrens, what to do about sticky binoculars, and more.
Birder at Large
The field-guide gap
The yawning gap between field techniques and field guides.
From the ground up
Attract sparrows, but not House Sparrows.
The amazing muscles and bones that enable flight.
Identify Barrow’s and Common Goldeneyes.
What to look for the next time you see a partially albino bird.
This earthen berm that winds around the Provo airport is a great place to find waterfowl, raptors, shorebirds, and passerines.
A 1,600-acre park north of Trenton where you can find raptors and owls in winter and songbirds and other migrants in spring and fall.
A private resort in Deschutes National Forest where visiting birders can look for ducks, shorebirds, tanagers, chickadees, and 11 species of woodpecker.
This former army base, now part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, is a great place to look for songbirds, hummingbirds, shorebirds, and herons.