While you’re giving thanks for friends, family, and food this Thanksgiving, let these bits of nature news gladden your heart as well.
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Each year, I look forward to this special bird species arriving to spend the winter months in grasslands not too far from my home in Central Indiana.
One of the best birding tips doesn’t involve extensive knowledge or expensive equipment – it’s just the need to have a little patience.
A Hawaii birding hotspot, Kilauea Point NWR offers the chance to see thousands of seabirds alongside a picturesque lighthouse.
Temperatures throughout most of the US don’t feel like it, but winter will be upon us soon and your feathered friends need suet to help stay warm.
Create a topic for conversation at the table about the Three Sisters Garden with this easy Thanksgiving craft.
Find out what finch species and other birds might migrate south in large numbers this winter as well as which species you should not expect to see.
Just in time for the Mexican festival Dia de los Muertos, migrating monarchs filled the skies as they returned to winter sanctuaries.
With the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival going on, I’m highlighting some of the best birding hotspots in South Texas that you should visit.