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Leisure Interest

BirdWatching Magazine

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For over a quarter-century, BirdWatching has been North America's premier magazine about wild birds and birding. Regardless of whether you watch birds in your backyard or far afield, you'll find information that will increase your enjoyment, help you connect with other birders, and make you a better birdwatcher.

Each issue contains beautifully illustrated feature articles that describe how to attract, find, identify, and enjoy birds, plus the following:

Superb photographs of birds:

* Page after page of big, colorful photos of birds taken by talented professional photographers
*Several pages of reader-submitted photographs, including the winner of our regular Photo of the Week contest
* A regular gallery of photos of recent rare-bird sightings ID tips from the best in the business:
* Kenn Kaufman, creator of the respected Kaufman field guides * David Sibley, author of the bestselling Sibley Guide to Birds Entertaining, informative columns:
* Julie Craves answers readers' questions about birds
* Pete Dunne writes about birds, birders, and birdwatching
* Laura Erickson gives practical tips for attracting birds
* Eldon Greij explains how birds can do the amazing things they do Important news about birds:
* Information about birds of conservation concern from American Bird Conservancy
* Profiles of birds migrating now, from the team leaders of eBird
* Seven pages of bird news, plus info about festivals and events, new books, backyard products, and birds to watch for
Details about where you can find birds:
* Maps, directions, bird lists, and tips for four easy-to-get-to places to find birds, with descriptions written by local birders
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July/August 2023 BIRDWATCHING | JULY/AUGUST 2023 Louisiana's Grail Birds Birds, The Amazon and Human Greed Raising the Profile of Birding in Portugal


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BIRDWATCHING | JULY/AUGUST 2023

Louisiana's Grail Birds

Birds, The Amazon and Human Greed

Raising the Profile of Birding in Portugal
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For over a quarter-century, BirdWatching has been North America's premier magazine about wild birds and birding. Regardless of whether you watch birds in your backyard or far afield, you'll find information that will increase your enjoyment, help you connect with other birders, and make you a better birdwatcher.

Each issue contains beautifully illustrated feature articles that describe how to attract, find, identify, and enjoy birds, plus the following:

Superb photographs of birds:

* Page after page of big, colorful photos of birds taken by talented professional photographers
*Several pages of reader-submitted photographs, including the winner of our regular Photo of the Week contest
* A regular gallery of photos of recent rare-bird sightings ID tips from the best in the business:
* Kenn Kaufman, creator of the respected Kaufman field guides * David Sibley, author of the bestselling Sibley Guide to Birds Entertaining, informative columns:
* Julie Craves answers readers' questions about birds
* Pete Dunne writes about birds, birders, and birdwatching
* Laura Erickson gives practical tips for attracting birds
* Eldon Greij explains how birds can do the amazing things they do Important news about birds:
* Information about birds of conservation concern from American Bird Conservancy
* Profiles of birds migrating now, from the team leaders of eBird
* Seven pages of bird news, plus info about festivals and events, new books, backyard products, and birds to watch for
Details about where you can find birds:
* Maps, directions, bird lists, and tips for four easy-to-get-to places to find birds, with descriptions written by local birders

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