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Add These Birder Murder Mysteries to Your Reading List
November 8, 2017
— With titles like 'A Siege of Bitterns' and 'A Cast of Falcons' to his name, novelist Steve Burrows mixes birds and whodunits to great acclaim.
Helen Macdonald on What Falconry Can Teach Us About Our Relationship With Raptors
November 1, 2017
— In a new documentary, the author of 'H is for Hawk' befriends a goshawk and explores her lifelong fascination with birds of prey, tame and wild.
Here's How to Become a Bohemian Waxwing for Halloween
October 27, 2017
— In this video, the founder of “Bird Glamour” gives us a slick, quick makeup tutorial for the berry-loving songbird.
Bird’s Nest Soup Is More Popular Than Ever, Thanks to Swiftlet House Farms
October 23, 2017
— Across Southeast Asia, people are hosting swiftlets to harvest their valuable nests. But the status of the bird's wild population remains precarious.
The Story Behind the Foul-Mouthed ‘Effin’ Birds’ Twitter Account
October 20, 2017
— Crude and sarcastic birds are suddenly invading people’s feeds, and the man responsible couldn’t be happier.
Read an Excerpt From Noah Strycker's Book on His Record-Breaking Year of Birds
October 11, 2017
— Strycker recounts all the gritty and glorious details of his 2015 global Big Year in "Birding Without Borders."
This Japanese Woodcarver Helps the Blind See Birds Through Touch
September 22, 2017
— Haruo Uchiyama sculpts intricate, life-size birds to teach the world about evolution and extinction. His current mission: modeling 40 species of Hawaiian honeycreepers.
Greater Sage-Grouse Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before
September 22, 2017
— In his new book, photographer Noppadol Paothong focuses his lens on the iconic bird throughout its life cycle.
Reimagining John James Audubon’s Eastern Bluebird
September 21, 2017
— Dianne Bennett drops her bucolic bluebirds into an environment humming with human activity.
Watch ‘Birds of May,’ a New Documentary About Red Knots
August 17, 2017
— The film explores the growing debate over the environmental impact of oyster farms in Delaware Bay, an important stopover site for the threatened shorebirds.
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