April 2021

 April 2021

Issue Features

Species Profile: Yellow Warbler: In the Backyard and Beyond by Norma Siebenheller

Bird Lessons by Mara Staats

All Eyes Turned Toward the Birds of Spring by Eirik A.T. Blom

Watcher at the Window: The Cursed Tangle by Julie Zickefoose

Where Do Tufted Titmice Go in Spring? by Eirik A.T. Blom

Short Stories from Al by Al Batt

Ask Birdsquatch

One of the most widely distributed warblers in North America, the yellow warbler is sweet-sweet-sweeter-than-sweet in its unmistakable red-streaked yellow plumage. If you know when to look, you might even see one in your own backyard!


Editor’s Note

Bird Bites: Spring Things and The Three Rs of Suet in Warm Weather

Redstart Birding

In areas where American goldfinches are year-round residents, many people think they head south for the winter, but in fact, they only “change clothes.”