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Ten Tips for Waterfowl Beginners
November 30, 2017
— Ducks, geese, and swans are extremely common. Take advantage of that to sharpen your birding skills.
Understanding the Basics of Bird Molts
November 16, 2017
— As the seasons change, so do birds' feathers. A birder should be prepared.
A Birder’s Guide to Public Transportation
November 2, 2017
— Trains, buses, bikes, ferries, and ride shares can get you to that rare bird. Here’s how to make the best use of these options.
When It Comes to Birding, Nude Beaches Are as Good as Any
August 25, 2017
— Ever birded among the buff? You may not have a choice if a good species shows up.
Why You Need to Try Paddle Birding
August 18, 2017
— When in a canoe or kayak, you can observe and experience birds in a new way—and bank some memorable adventures while you're at it.
Shorebirds 101: What to Look for When You Hit the Water
August 4, 2017
— The diversity of shorebirds is stunning, but it can also be overwhelming. Here are four staple groups to get you started.
How to Go From Watching Birds to Drawing Them
July 26, 2017
— Sketching while outdoors or even at home will broaden your birding skill set and add a whole new dimension to the hobby.
One of These Chicks Does Not Belong in This Nest
July 7, 2017
— To identify the imposter, start with the adult.
How Different Spring Migrants Decide When to Head North
March 22, 2017
— Will warmer weather bring the birds back early? It all depends on what type of migrators they are.
The Case for Chasing Birds That Don’t Count
March 10, 2017
— Because birding is about so much more than just your list.
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