May/June 2021 From the Editor It’s OK to have hope By Matt Mendenhall If and when the pandemic ends, will we go back to normal or build something better? Features Lucky’s legacy By Geoff Smith A long-lived Osprey from Newfoundland, the star of a popular nature documentary, sired a chick that revealed a startling migratory feat for this widespread raptor species. Rehab for raptors By M.T. Schwartzman Rehabilitation centers welcome birds and humans alike throughout North America. Raptor rehab centers in the U.S. and Canada By the editors Find an organization near you that rehabilitates birds of prey. The therapeutic power of birdwatching By Marta Curti In times of stress or even grief, ‘ornitherapy’ can provide comfort and healing in surprising ways. Columns Photographing Birds Mirrorless gear comes of age By William Jobes Reviews of 11 top camera bodies and one game-changing lens. Birder at Large The magic oak By Pete Dunne Reflections on the bird-attracting powers of a single tree in central California wine country. Amazing Birds Reproduction isn’t simple By Eldon Greij Why songbirds pair off to establish territories yet frequently seek out neighbors to mate with. Attracting Birds Blue over invasive plants By Laura Erickson The trouble with nonnative plants. ID Tips Wood-Pewees By Kenn Kaufman What to look for on Eastern and Western Wood-Pewees, Willow Flycatcher, and Greater Pewee. ID Toolkit LBJs: Little Brown Jobs By David Sibley Tips for telling small brown finches apart from small brown sparrows. Hotspots Near You 311. Old Legislative Rd. S.W., Allegany County, Maryland This western Maryland hotspot is a great place for Henslow’s Sparrow and Golden-winged Warbler. Published: 4/15/2021 312. Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Laramie, Wyoming This refuge southwest of Laramie is an oasis for waterfowl, wading birds, shorebirds, and migrant passerines. Published: 4/15/2021 Also in Every Issue Birding Briefs Important news about birds, birdwatching, and conservation. Bookshelf Reviews of books about Florida Scrub-Jay, Osprey, hummingbirds, and more. Your View Photos submitted by our readers.