Brilliantly colored bird feathers serve many purposes. Learn how bird plumage protects and helps wild birds.
Thinking of taking up birding as a hobby? These birding basics and tips on birding for beginners will get you started.
A single spotting of your personal “spark bird” can ignite a lifetime of birdwatching.
Too busy for birdwatching during the week? Try these tips to make the most of your weekend birding.
Don’t have time for a Big Year of birding? Try a Big Day instead!
Cats kill millions of birds each year. Keep cats indoors to keep backyard birds safe.
Get children to love birding, and those young birders become lifelong nature lovers.
Knowing a few simple tricks can make it easier to identify birds. Get bird ID tips from an expert.
Get fascinating facts about bird senses and bird behavior from The Bird Watching Answer Book.
Save money with these tips for feeding and attracting birds.
Love attracting birds? Don’t stop there. Garden for wildlife to create the ultimate backyard habitat for bugs, butterflies, and more.
Birding with a friend is twice as nice! Gather your girlfriends and check out our guide to the best “chick” birding.
Readers often wonder “can birds smell?” or “can birds taste?” Learn about bird senses from our expert.
Learn how to keep starlings, grackles, and other so-called bully birds away from your feeders.
Attracting birds doesn’t take a lot of space. Try our tips for birding in small spaces like balconies or windowsills.
Want to find bird migration hotspots? Check out the four North American flyway zones.
When it comes to bird mating for species like American Robins and House Wrens, it’s the female birds who run the show!
Bird banding helps scientists understand behavior like bird migration. Learn about the process and how to report a banded bird.
Nesting birds are rewarding to watch. Get five key tips for attracting birds to nest in your garden.
It’s easy to see why so many people are interested in attracting bluebirds to their yard. We’ve got seven easy tips and answers to your questions.
While there are monogamous birds out there, bird mating habits vary by species. Learn which birds mate for life, and which move on.
Our smartest birds prove that the phrase “bird brain” is really a compliment! Learn which species top the list.
We’ve got solutions for all your backyard birding problems, including feeder and bird bath maintenance, backyard pests, and helping sick birds.
Outwit squirrels with these tips for keeping squirrels from eating bird seed
I enjoy welcoming birds to my garden. I usually have bird seed available for them…