Nests run the gamut in design, but can fashion meet function?
By Rick Marsi
Use weather radar to predict birding conditions in your neck of the woods.
By David La Puma
Valley of the Cranes
In south-central Colorado, Sandhill Cranes and various species find refuge.
By Donna Ikenberry
A Kestrel Story
A Connecticut golf course hosts a family of endangered raptors.
By Sam Fried
Scope It Out
New spotting scopes add to your optics choices.
PLUS: Purchasing tips and an optical glossary
A Glimpse into Migration
A private banding blind in Minnesota tracks raptors on their southbound journey.
By Amber Burnette
A Prehistoric Survivor
Species Profile: California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus)
By Chuck Graham
NEWS & NOTES
Birder’s Back yard
THE LISTER’S FORUM
ADVENTURES WITH AUSTIN
GEAR, GADGETS & GOODS
BIRDER’S I.D. ANSWER
Northern Harriers’ keen sense of hearing makes them a perennial challenge to raptor banders trying to lure them to the ground. To learn more about banding, turn to page 54.
By Scott Elowitz
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