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Is That Golden Eagle Actually a Bald Eagle?
July 3, 2018
— In its youth, our national symbol sports brown feathers on its head—making it easily confused with its rarer, golden cousin.
Now Resurgent, Ospreys Once Faced an Uncertain Future
April 11, 2018
— The “fish hawk” is an early sign of spring—and a conservation ideal.
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.
A Life in Pursuit of Vireos
June 23, 2017
— An illustrious birder outlines the highs (and lows) of chasing these songbirds of summer.
Three Basic Ways to Identify Hawks, Eagles, Falcons, and Other Raptors
September 19, 2016
— First, break them down into groups. Then you can start picking out the finer details like size and flight.
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