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Fall and Rise of the Peregrine Falcon                                                                                   

The peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) is a world-class bird, an… More

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Lord of the Sky                                       

Falconry, that ancient and honored hunting tradition in which raptors are… More

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Hidden Treasures                                         

Warblers are different. These bundles of feathered energy remain elusive… More

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Flycatcher Kings                                         

Flycatchers do not sound like especially impressive birds. But do not be… More

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A Pair of Hawks                                       

Fiery red eyes peer with intelligent intent out of a body armored in… More

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The Ears Have It                                         

No owl is better at disappearing before our eyes than North Americas… More

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A Duel of Doves                                       

North America has been overrun by a quiet, svelte, and unassuming bird,… More

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The Way of the Robin                                                 

Everyone knows a bird when they see one. Most people are even familiar… More

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Now You See It... Now You Don't                                                                       

Dictionaries define kinglets as minor tyrants ruling over disappointing… More

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A Tale of Two Teal                                             

My childhood dream bird, the one that I wanted to see more than any other,… More

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An Owl Trio                               

When viewed face-on, the rounded heads of the Strix owls seem to take up a… More

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Avian Ogres                               

"One of the most breathtaking of the worlds weirdest birds.Thats how the… More

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Northerners                               

North Americas northern states and southern provinces experience winters… More

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Reflections on the Goldeneye                                                                 

People don't often think of goldeneyes as seasonal indicators, as they do… More

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The Magic of Flight                                               

Remember Jonathan Livingston Seagull? That short novel from the 1970s told… More

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