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Find Northern Saw-whet Owls With These Five Tips
January 26, 2018
— One of our smallest owl species, they can be found in suburbs and cities.
Puerto Ricans Band Together to Survey Birds in Hurricane Maria's Aftermath
January 12, 2018
— Amid power outages, devastated landscapes, and destroyed buildings, birders assessed the storm's avian toll on their Christmas Bird Count.
A Beginner's Guide to Reading Bird Tracks in Snow
January 10, 2018
— Telltale toes are just one of many clues.
After Hurricane Harvey, a Community's Christmas Bird Count Tradition Continues
January 10, 2018
— Residents of Port Aransas, Texas, are still feeling the effects of the storm four months later. But that didn't stop counters from their annual survey.
Why Sewage Plants Make for Great Winter Birding Spots
January 4, 2018
— Water, heat, and fertilizer . . . what more could you ask for? Here are a few ideas on where to visit.
Oakland's Christmas Bird Count Has Another Banner Turnout
December 23, 2017
— Short on sleep but not on species, volunteers fanned out across the habitat-rich city.
Why Some Women Are Skipping Out on the ‘Airbnb of Birding’
December 21, 2017
— People everywhere are taking advantage of the networking service Birding Pal—but the low-security setup can be a deterrent for female birders.
The United State of Birding
December 19, 2017
— After a racist encounter in the field, a birder reflects on the disturbing incident and the community that helped lift him back up.
In Search of the Stunning—and Possibly Extinct—Edwards's Pheasant
December 18, 2017
— No one has seen the elusive bird in the wild in nearly two decades, but it might still inhabit Vietnam's war-ravaged mountain valleys.
The Christmas Bird Count Is a Window to a Changing World
December 14, 2017
— A veteran counter reflects on shifts in New Jersey's birds during the past 40 Decembers, for better and for worse.
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