In-depth articles about the Ivory-billed Woodpecker, owls, shorebirds, backyard birds, and birds of wetlands, forests, fields, and deserts. From the pages of BirdWatching
magazine. Photo by Wendell Long
Articles from the pages of BirdWatching about cardinals, orioles, woodpeckers, hummingbirds, and other birds that you may see along a tree-lined street, in a local park, even in your backyard.
The search for the Grail Bird, the Ivory-billed Woodpecker, in Louisiana, Arkansas, Florida, and Cuba, as reported in BirdWatching (formerly Birder's World) magazine.
Articles from the pages of BirdWatching about oystercatchers, curlews, plovers, turnstones, and other shorebirds (or waders).
Articles from the pages of BirdWatching about Barn, Great Gray, Great Horned, Snowy, Northern Saw-whet, Spotted, and other owls found in Canada and the United States.
How researchers in a race with wind-power developers are shedding light on the habits, pathways, and winter haunts of a little-understood eastern migrant — the Golden Eagle
140 years after its introduction in North America, pleasant, understated Eurasian Tree Sparrow continues to win fans and attract birders
The fabled Gyrfalcon wanders south from its northern haunts every winter, and sometimes it pursues its prey right under our noses