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Remember Jonathan Livingston Seagull? That short novel from the 1970s told… More
Want to carve a scrub jay like the one Jerry Simchuk demonstrates in the… More
There is something magical about puffins and their auk family kin, the… More
Purple martins spend their winters in South America but nest only in North… More
The name brown creeper (Certhia americana) may sound sinister--conjuring… More
Some birds are recognized by almost everyone around the worldowls,… More
With its brilliant crimson head and crisp tuxedo-colored body, the… More
Look into the eyes of a bird and a wary intelligence peeks back. Gaze into… More
More than 100 warbler-shaped, sparrow-sized, drab-looking birds were… More
It may be commonplace, but the sparrow is a worthy bird and a fine subject… More
Roger Tory Peterson, author of the seminal A Field Guide to the Birds,… More
Coots and their kin belong to an old family. Fossils of these birds reveal… More
In the springtime, whip-poor-wills patrol a territory, settle with… More
In 1881, a man from Oregon, Owen Nickerson Denny, changed the hunting… More
Henry David Thoreau was one person captivated by the brown thrasher's… More
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