Bright colors, fluttering wings… spring means birds are on the move! Head to these migratory bird hotspots to see them in all their glory.
Any birder will tell you that there's fun to be had spotting birds outside your yard. Whether you're traveling to a nearby park or a faraway destination - we're sharing our favorite birding hot spots and birding locations.
Hungry, nomadic birds from the far north may make an unexpected stop this winter.
How one ornithologist predicts winter finch irruptions and what you can expect to see this winter.
Millions of hawks, eagles, and falcons soar through the skies as they migrate.
Celebrate 100 years of National Park Service with these quick facts.
Check out which of these four bird parties is the right one for you.
Winter Hotspots: When it comes to winter birding, you have two options: Embrace the cold…
An astonishing number of species spend their days in the harsh habitat of the North Woods.
Learn the birding basics to why understanding specific habitats can help you identify the birds that live there.
Fantastic sightings are nearly guaranteed when you plan your trip around these magnificent birding sites.
Don’t try birding while driving—but you can always experience one of these popular birding sites from the comfort of the passenger seat.
These birding hotspots fly high when it comes to preserving and protecting urban habitat.
You don’t have to be a hard-core adventurer to appreciate the great outdoors. We’ll show you how to enjoy nature with these helpful tips.
From hummingbirds to geese, discover some of the ways bird migration patterns are shifting for certain birds.
Learn about how and where to go hawk watching during this intriguing raptor migration.
The Northeast is known for its autumn foliage, but don’t forget to look for the birds, too. This fall, consider a visit to one of these excellent birding locations!
Put your toes in the sand at these beach birding locations and grab some binoculars—you’ll want to check out these coastal fliers.
Discover why grassland birds are the hidden gems of the prairie as well as some of the best birding locations to spot them.
Meet some of the most common city birds that live in urban birding hotspots today, and find out how they’re adapting to downtown life.
We’ve all watched migrating birds head south each fall. But where do they wind up at journey’s end?
Planning a birding trip? See our recommendations for six birding hotspots around the world that everyone should see.
Some of the best birding hotspots seem to be right in the middle of nowhere.
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Want to find bird migration hotspots? Check out the four North American flyway zones.
Visit Beatty’s Guest Ranch and Orchard to see as many as 14 species of migrating hummingbirds in one day during hummingbird season.