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Birder's World magazine
Brian E. Small
Fish and Wildlife Service
Hotspots Near You
New effort to save a spectacular hummingbird
I received this press release today from the American Bird Conservancy about efforts to preserve the Marvelous Spatuletail, pictured above. --M.M. A new report on one of the world’s bird biodiversity hotspots in Peru finds that most of the species at greatest risk there currently have little or no...
8/6/2009 12:59:00 PM
New birding tourism resource aims to save endangered birds
In September 2006, Craig Thompson, chair of the International Committee of the Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative and a regional land program supervisor for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, flew to Ecuador with 11 other birders on a trip they dubbed the “Jocotoco Birdathon.”...
2/18/2010 1:58:00 PM
Endangered hummingbird photographed for the first time
On March 24, a researcher captured the first-ever photo (right) of a living Santa Marta Sabrewing, a spectacular hummingbird found only in the mountains of northeast Colombia. Laura Cárdenas, a biologist with a project called “Crossing the Caribbean: Identifying critical fuelling sites for...
4/7/2010 4:58:00 PM
Red Knots, warblers, great photos, and a new name in our April 2011 issue
What better bird to put on the cover of our April 2011 issue than Brian E. Small's Northern Parula? Bright, perky, and colorful, it's one of our favorites no matter the season, but it's a sight for sore eyes after this past winter, which turned out to be especially gray and snowy here in...
2/20/2011 12:45:00 PM
20 reasons why you'll like the June 2011 issue of BirdWatching Magazine
I'm happy to let you know that the latest issue of BirdWatching Magazine, our June 2011 issue, is now available on our website. (The issue will appear on newsstands May 3.) Watch a video preview of the June 2011 issue . Read the complete contents of the June 2011 issue . Subscribe to BirdWatching...
4/22/2011 12:36:00 PM
Research bolsters importance of horseshoe-crab spawning for migrating Red Knots
Research published in Ecosphere , a new open-access journal of the Ecological Society of America, adds scientific support to the widely held assumption that the welfare of the Red Knot, a small, at-risk shorebird, is directly tied to horseshoe-crab populations in Delaware Bay. Populations of the rufa...
7/5/2011 11:20:00 AM
American Bird Conservancy asks feds to regulate wind industry
Our forthcoming February issue reports on the deaths of hundreds of warblers and other birds at a wind-power facility in West Virginia, and it includes an article about researchers who are working to protect Golden Eagles in eastern North America from a similar fate. So our interest was piqued today...
12/14/2011 11:40:00 AM
New hope for an endangered songbird in Hawaii
At left, visible through an opening in dense foliage, an adult Millerbird feeds a chick in its nest on Laysan Island on March 21. At right, the same chick perches a week later beneath a thick naupaka leaf after fledging its nest. Photos by Robby Kohley/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Our friends at...
3/28/2012 4:45:00 PM
Dos and don'ts of summer bird feeding
This blog post and photo come from Contributing Editor Laura Erick son. Laura's column "Attracting Birds" -- about attracting, feeding, sheltering, and understanding the birds in your backyard -- appears in every issue of BirdWatching magazine. Read Attracting Birds . Read more about Laura Erickson...
6/4/2012 10:04:00 AM
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