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New study overturns prevailing theory of how birds navigate
Researchers studying homing pigeons like these have overturned a long-held belief about birds' navigational abilities. Photo courtesy Keays, et al. Scientists have thrown cold water on the theory that iron-rich nerve cells in birds' bills help them navigate using Earth's magnetic field...
4/11/2012 11:47:00 AM
What you'll find in our October issue, on newsstands now!
Have you seen the October issue of BirdWatching magazine yet? The issue went on newsstands at the beginning of this month. ( Find a newsstand near you .) Here's a what you'll find inside. Three feature articles… 1. Photographer Dave Welling writes about 17 conservation-minded ranches...
9/28/2011 10:40:00 AM
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
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
Welcome to the February 2011 issue of Birder's World!
Welcome to the February 2011 issue of Birder's World! Subscribers should be receiving their copies any day now, and the issue will appear on newsstands across the country and in Canada at the beginning of January. Look for it! You'll like it! Find Birder's World on a newsstand near you ....
12/23/2010 1:43:00 PM
Snowy Owls, Great Gray Owls, and hummingbirds featured in the December 2010 issue of Birder's World
A pure white Snowy Owl may be on the cover of our December issue -- our way of calling attention to one truly superb article about Snowy and Great Gray Owls inside -- but owls aren't the only winter birds featured in the issue. Also sharing the spotlight are the increasing numbers of hummingbirds...
10/26/2010 3:09:00 PM
New on BirdersWorld.com: 21 great articles about owls and owl watching
Julie, Matt, and I took the recent completion of our sixth and final Readers' Favorites Survey as an opportunity to kick off our shoes, lean back, and enjoy the many articles about owls, owling, and owl-watching locations that have appeared in Birder's World through the years. Figuring you'd...
10/13/2010 3:05:00 PM
October 2010 issue: Just in time for hawk-watching season
Just in time, that's what our October 2010 issue is. Just in time for one of the most anticipated bird phenomena of the year: the annual, epic migration of hawks and other birds of prey across North America. The issue will go on newsstands on August 31. (Ask for it at your favorite birding shop or...
8/20/2010 12:17:00 PM
On newsstands now: Our August 2010 issue!
I'm delighted to let you know that our August 2010 issue is now available on newsstands. Here's the table of contents . And here's a list of stores where you can buy a copy for yourself. Contributing editors The issue contains a really nice assortment of wit and wisdom from our contributing...
7/6/2010 2:38:00 PM
New on BirdersWorld.com: 20 more great birdwatching articles
Not too long ago, I wrote about how we had just added 50 articles about birds and birdwatching to our growing online collection. Today I'm happy to announce that we've added 20 more. Seven are engaging, informative species profiles -- and some of my favorite pieces from the Birder's World...
6/15/2010 9:59:00 PM
In our April issue, colorful spring birds, hotspots, and guides to photo blinds and citizen-science projects
I'm happy to announce that our April 2010 issue -- full of places to go birding this spring, a guide to photography blinds, a list of citizen-science projects that help birds and need volunteers, ID tips from David Allen Sibley and Kenn Kaufman, lots of great photos, and plenty more -- is now available...
2/23/2010 2:19:00 PM
Eagles, ID help, and gorgeous photography kick off the new year
Our February 2010 issue, the first of the new year, is now on newsstands. I think you'll like it. Here are six solid reasons why: David Allen Sibley tells how head patterns match up with five feather groups on common backyard birds -- Black-capped Chickadee, Song Sparrow, White-throated Sparrow...
1/5/2010 12:07:00 PM
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