Saturday, March 25, 2017
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Although cavity-nesting songbirds don't begin nesting until late March or early April, there's no time like the present to build or buy a few nest boxes.

Technology upgrades to the FalconCam allow followers to watch the falcons in high definition, with more camera angle options and infrared nighttime viewing.

If you can't wait for the nesting season to begin, do the next best thing: fire up the computer, and watch from afar.

The Great Backyard Bird Count celebrates its 20th anniversary next weekend, Feb. 17-20.

A bird feeder is a window into the world of wild bird behavior. It can entertain and educate curious birdwatchers for hours.

Ground feeders are nice to have around because they clean up the seeds other birds kick to the ground.

Scott Shalaway first wrote a birdwatcher’s version of Twas the Night Before Christmas back in 1988, and readers responded enthusiastically. Requests come every year to reprint it, so here it is!

There's almost always plenty of natural foods to supply the needs of winter birds. However, they can provide endless entertainment throughout the year.

When you scan a group of hummingbirds carefully, you might notice that one looks a little different.

There are still plenty of summer birding activities to observe.
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