Experienced birdwatchers know that in March, some northern birds already are feeding their chicks … maybe in a woodlot near you.
With the unseasonably warm weather, some migratory bird species already have arrived in the North Country, so adjust your feeders and make adjustments to your house accordingly.
From a bald eagle cam active in January to open water and returning waterfowl, an unseasonable warm spell means action for birdwatchers.
Looking to see migratory songbirds from North Country in their Sunday best? Go birding south, way south, into Latin America.
Bird watchers, ornithologists, and good old backyard birders recognize this super predator as our earliest nester
As late migration winds down, birders and wildlife watchers can locate multiple species of waterfowl and raptors where open water still exists.
Bird watchers or any outdoors recreationalist can find amazing wildlife and birding clues from the damage predators inflict on their prey.
Seasoned birders and novices alike can become more efficient afield with digital birding tools that also boost research of these avian species.
Growing birdwatching action for this species in the regions means the Twin Cities may have achieved birding and birder nirvana.
Some ubiquitous arachnids take to the wind each fall to establish new territories and surprise people recreating out-of-doors.
Spiders ballooning at Necedah NWR in Wisconsin. This is how small spiders move from place to places. Video made with iPhone 6s, PhoneSkope adapter and Swarovski ATX 95mm spotting scope.
The popular bird has appeared in great numbers across a wide swath of the birding belt during early fall migration.
The weeks before Labor Day provide an excellent time to watch North America’s smallest birds prepare for their trip to southerly climes.
The fake fish and wildlife in the latest gaming craze could help people discover birds, birding, and other outdoor recreation.
People who like birds love spring migration because we see an array of brightly colored warblers (and a few drab ones) before they head farther north. Not all of them summer in Canada; in fact quite a few warblers nest in the United States including American redstarts, yellow warblers, common yellowthroats and if you’re along the Mississippi River, the prothonotary…
Birdwatchers from around the region have converged on the Duluth area to view some unique species this winter.
Consider giving a membership to a bird advocacy group or another conservation organization this time of year.
A balmy November has been a birder’s delight as purple finches, grosbeaks, siskins, and redpolls provide birdwatching ID clinics in American backyards.
A popular visitor at winter bird feeding stations, this signature member of the jay and crow family keeps some migration secrets.
Take a hint from Central American birders, and consider adding a splash of color to the off-season seeds and suet you offer tropical avian migrants.
After a trip to Ding Darling and Merritt national wildlife refuges, the author kicks back with owlets and watches little league baseball in Cape Coral, Florida
Mapping the migration of these popular birds has been growing in popularity among birdwatchers and can help predict when they’ll visit your feeders.
These tips could transform your abandoned, late-season feeders into a bird-watcher’s delight
After an influx of the predators last year, birders already have reported a few snowies in continental U.S. as far south as central Illinois in November