Friday, April 26, 2019
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Hummingbirds' tiny size, iridescent colors, acrobatic flying and eagerness to use nectar feeders make them one of America's favorite backyard birds.

Bill Thompson III, editor and co-publisher of Bird Watcher’s Digest, passed away March 25 as a result of stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

A small adult bird feeding a considerably larger chick is usually a sign of cowbird parasitism. Learn more about the cowbird's reproductive habits.

Learn how to find and identify common waterfowl you can expect to find on local waterways.

One of nature’s best shows begins in March — the dance of the woodcock. It is a rite of spring that every birder should experience at least once.

Juncos, or snowbirds as they're often called, define the end of winter and the onset of spring for observant nature watchers.

It's time to plan for the Great Backyard Bird Count, running Feb. 15-18. The GBBC allows volunteers to take a snapshot of global bird populations.

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned bird watcher, you’re likely to encounter some of these common problems at your bird feeder. Learn how to fix them.

The soon to be published Peterson Reference Guide to Sparrows of North America by Rick Wright might change our perception of sparrows, at least a little.

Scott Shalaway answers readers who have been wondering why their bird feeders empty so quickly during the winter.
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