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North America has been overrun by a quiet, svelte, and unassuming bird,… More
Fiery red eyes peer with intelligent intent out of a body armored in… More
My childhood dream bird, the one that I wanted to see more than any other,… More
When viewed face-on, the rounded heads of the Strix owls seem to take up a… More
In 1881, a man from Oregon, Owen Nickerson Denny, changed the hunting… More
With its brilliant crimson head and crisp tuxedo-colored body, the… More
When the gray and bedraggled hatchling throws off its shell and gazes at… More
Coots and their kin belong to an old family. Fossils of these birds reveal… More
Humans are enthralled by birds. Whether they are flying in the skies,… More
Roger Tory Peterson, author of the seminal A Field Guide to the Birds,… More
Shorebirds because of similarities in size and coloration and a… More
The peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) is a world-class bird, an… More
Flycatchers do not sound like especially impressive birds. But do not be… More
Warblers are different. These bundles of feathered energy remain elusive… More
There are few sights more stunning than birds of prey in flight. More
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