June 2020

 June 2020

Issue Features

Species Profile: The Same but Different: The West's Backyard Oriole by Karen L. Carlsen

Eight Oriole Species Brighten Summer Backyards Across the U.S. by Eirik A.T. Blom

Watcher at the Window: Beauty Is... by Julie Zickefoose

In Praise of Moths (aka Bird Food) by Jackie Berkebile

My Backyard: A Different Kind of Nest Box by Mary Roen

Ask Birdsquatch

Short Stories from Al by Al Batt

10 Tips on Choosing and Using Optics for Backyard Bird Watching by Bill Thompson, III

Readers Write

Help Wanted by Don Johnson

While eight oriole species brighten backyards across the US, the Bullock’s is a western specialty found fairly frequently in yards with scattered trees. Photo by K. Cole / Wikimedia.


Editor's Note

Bird Bites: Beware of Burdock

If common burdock has invaded your yard or property, this is one plant you’d be wise to remove. Photo by M. Bendel / Wikimedia.

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