Birding

Five Antidotes to Beat the Birding Blues Between Migrations

Five Antidotes to Beat the Birding Blues Between Migrations

— Birders need to fill the downtime from spring to fall somehow—and they don't always have to use binoculars.
Which Birds Sing All Summer Long?

Which Birds Sing All Summer Long?

— From goldfinches to thrushes, the outdoors aren't as quiet as they seem.
How to Keep Your Hummingbird Feeder Free from Pests

How to Keep Your Hummingbird Feeder Free from Pests

— A few small steps can protect your nectar from bears and insects.
Hello, Mountain-gem! The 2019 Update To North American Bird Names Is Here.

Hello, Mountain-gem! The 2019 Update To North American Bird Names Is Here.

— An emerging duck trio and some other new labels to consider.
Pale Male Is a Legend—But Is He Still Alive?

Pale Male Is a Legend—But Is He Still Alive?

— Some believe New York City's famous Red-tailed Hawk is a survivor extraordinaire. Not a chance, others say.
Exotic Parrot Colonies Are Flourishing Across the Country

Exotic Parrot Colonies Are Flourishing Across the Country

— From Los Angeles to Miami, feral parrots have become a common sight. Are they invasive pests, or a conservation boon?
Four Live Streams That Let You Get Close to Campus Raptors

Four Live Streams That Let You Get Close to Campus Raptors

— Students and the public are getting free, front-row seats to the nesting action of Red-tailed Hawks, Peregrine Falcons, and Osprey.
13 Fun Bird Events to Fill Your Summer Calendars

13 Fun Bird Events to Fill Your Summer Calendars

— From birding festivals to exhibits, the coming months offer an array of activities for avian aficionados.
How ‘Game of Thrones’ Gets Packed With Birds (and Not Just Ravens)

How ‘Game of Thrones’ Gets Packed With Birds (and Not Just Ravens)

— Come to meet the man who puts Prothonotary Warbler calls in Kings Landing. Stay for a bonus field guide to the birdlife of Westeros.
Six Eye-Catching Warblers That Deserve Your Attention

Six Eye-Catching Warblers That Deserve Your Attention

— Spring is the ideal season to spot songbirds of every hue. Here’s your introduction to a common North American family.
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