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Bird Watcher's Digest May/June 2011

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Features

  • Our Cover Species: Kirtland's Warbler by Jim McCormac
  • ID Yourself: Warbler-Palooza by Alvaro Jaramillo
  • If You Build It, Will They Come? by Damian Fagan
  • American Dippers by Audrey Medina
  • Return to Forest Path by Johann Schumacher
  • Road to Nowhere by Al Batt
  • Surprise, Surprise by Norma Siebenheller

Columns & Departments

  • Letters from Readers
  • Quick Takes by Paul J. Baicich
  • After the Spark: Back to the Garden by Kenn Kaufman
  • True Nature: May Day by Julie Zickefoose
  • Far Afield: Birding Maine's North Woods by Garth McElroy
  • Book Notes
  • Well-Equipped Birder: EcoClean Bird Feeders by Jim Cirigliano

The Backyard

  • Birders Gone Buggy by Marci Madsen Fuller
  • Hummingbirds and Butterflies by Connie Toops & Bill Thompson, III
  • My Way: Nectar Concentrate by Julie Zickefoose
  • The Bird Watcher's Question Box by Kevin J. Cook
  • Watching Bird Behavior: Mass Casualties by David M. Bird

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by Dan Crowley
(Posted on 2012-02-13 08:39:30)
On cold winter nights it's fun to sit and read about summer birds. I usually pick one story, but end up reading as many as I can until I fall asleep.