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[…] new guide to a birding hotspot a review by Mercedes Alpízar Outstanding owls a review by Rebecca Heisman Extended online content for members only: aba.org/magazine Online book reviews! Read the reviews, discuss the reviews, […]

January 12th, 2024|

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[…] for Birders a review by FRANK IZAGUIRRE A Powerful Memoir on Florida Shorebirds a review by REBECCA HEISMAN A Global Account of Bird Migration a review by MARCEL GAHBAUER Online book reviews! Read […]

December 8th, 2021|

Birding Book Club – Best of 2023

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 July 22, 2024 The Birding Book Club is back again to do our annual Best Bird Books of the Year episode for 2023. With the holiday gift-giving season is right […]

December 7th, 2023|

Unraveling the Secrets of Migration

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 July 22, 2024 A review by Lori Potter Flight Paths: How a Passionate and Quirky Group of Scientists Solved the Mystery of Bird Migration, by Rebecca Heisman HarperCollins Publishers, 2023 […]

September 17th, 2023|

American Birding Podcast

[…] fairs and festivals held throughout the read more >> Flight Paths, and the Wonder of Migration, with Rebecca Heisman We are in a golden age of bird migration science, and birders can only wonder at read more >> Birding, Annotated, Yet Again with Ted Floyd Birding editor Ted Floyd returns to join host Nate Swick for "Birding, Annotated".  In the doldrums read more >> Wildest Vagrants of 2022 with Amy Davis & Tim Healy 2022 was an exceptional year for rare bird sightings in the ABA Area, with no fewer read more >> This Month in Birding – February 2023 February might be the shortest month, but that doesn’t mean it gets the short shrift when read more >> The Avian Rainbow with Whitney Tsai Nakashima You don’t have to be a birder for a long time to appreciate that birds are read more >> Mindful Birding Ethics with Holly Merker Young birders who have participated in the ABA’s Camp Avocet Maine’s well known Hog Island Audubon read more >> A Whole World of Seabirds with Peter Harrison When it was first released in 1983, Peter Harrison’s Seabirds: An Identification Guide was immediately hailed as a read more >> This Month in Birding: January 2023 We have reached the end of the first month of 2023 and it is once again read more >> Random Birds, Vol 6, with Ted Floyd Birding magazine editor and all-around bird-knower Ted Floyd is back for another bout of Random Birds. read more >> Winter Birding and More with Erik Bruhnke Much of North America is gripped in the depths of winter. It’s cold. It’s snowy. It’s read more >> 2023 Bird of the Year Artist Liz Clayton Fuller Happy New Year List! It's finally time to celebrate our 2023 Bird of the Year, the read more >> This Month in Birding – December 2022 Thanks to all our listeners and supporters for another exceptional year. To wrap up 2022, we read more >> Tales from the Southern Ocean with Katinka Domen & Ted Floyd ABA staffers Katinka Domen and Ted Floyd recently accompanied an ABA excursion to the land of read more >> Birding Book Club – Best of 2022 It is time once more for the most anticipated Birding Book Club of the year, our read more >> Birding While Black with J. Drew Lanham One of the issues that the birding community has been reckoning with for the last several read more >> This Month in Birding – November 2022 Happy Thanksgiving to those celebrating! How about a fun bird discussion to go along with our read more >> Burrowing Owls of San Diego with Colleen Wisiniski & Susanne Marczak The ABA is gearing up to announce its 2023 Bird of the Year but we’re not read more >> Birds, Wildfires, and Smoke with Olivia Sanderfoot A warmer and drier world means, unfortunately, a world in which wildfire becomes a greater risk. read more >> A New Book about Bird Names with Susan Myers If the English language is an amalgamation of words from thousands of other languages and cultures, read more >> This Month in Birding – October 2022 It's the end of October and time for our monthly This Month in Birding panel. This read more >> Trouble for Red Knots at Delaware Bay with Tim Preso Every spring, thousands of Red Knots congregate on the Delaware Bay to take advantage of the read more >> A Guide to Baby Birds with Linda Tuttle-Adams Baby birds are arguably one of the great identification frontiers of birding. Try to identify a read more >> Exploring Bird Migration with Melanie Smith & Chad Witko We’re certainly in the golden age of bird science, with more birders, more researchers, and more read more >> This Month in Birding: September 2022 It's time for This Month in Birding with Jody Allair, Jennie Duberstein, and Sean Milnes. The read more >> eBird, Annotated, in the Tropics with Ted Floyd There is nothing like birding the American tropics, among iconic families like toucans, motmots, antbirds, tanagers, read more >> Birding without Tears: Birding with Kids with Bryony Angell Several years ago, birding dads Ted Floyd and Nate Swick recorded their first Birding Without Tears read more >> Mexican Birding Adventures with “Chucho” Moo Yam ABA Birders overlook Mexican birding at their own peril. The nation just to the south of read more >> Facts of Fall Birding with Amy Davis & Greg Neise The first week of September is the official start of fall, meteorologically at least, though ornithologically read more >> This Month in Birding – August 2022 At the end of every month, we host a roundup of recent bird news on the read more >> The Nature of Nutcrackers with Peri Sasnett One of the most iconic and beloved birds of the North American west is the Clark’s read more >> A Lifetime of Birding Achievement with JB Brumfield & J. Drew Lanham Earlier this year the ABA was delighted to award our Lifetime Achievement Award to a pair read more >> The Fledgling for Young Birders with Hannes Leonard & Adrianna Nelson Close observers of the ABA might remember when we launched a new publication completely produced by read more >> This Month in Birding: July 2022 July is awfully hot across most of the ABA Area, and we’ve got a panel with read more >> Meet the New ABA Executive Director, Nikki Belmonte Back in May of this year, the American Birding Association announced the hiring of Nikki Belmonte read more >> Random Birds, Vol 5, with Ted Floyd Birding magazine editor and all-around bird-knower Ted Floyd is back for another bout of Random Birds. read more >> Birding Book Club – Best Birding References Birders love bird books, and we at the American Birding Podcast love to get together to read more >> This Month in Birding – June 2022 It's the last episode of the month and that means it's time for This Month in read more >> Canopy Tower Stories with Carlos Bethancourt Mention Panama to a bunch of birders and typically only one place comes to mind - read more >> 2022 Splits and Lumps with Nick Block In early summer eager birders turn to bird taxonomy, and we at the podcast turn once read more >> Black Birders: Embracing the Beauty Within As part of its celebration of the third Black Birders Week, please enjoy highlights from the read more >> Unraveling the Mysteries of Bird Vagrancy with Alex Lees Finding birds in places where you shouldn’t expect to find them if certainly one of the read more >> This Month in Birding – May 2022 It is the end of the month, and with it, comes the This Month in Birding read more >> Gardening for Birds in Ohio with Julie Zickefoose Julie Zickefoose scarcely needs an introduction. A prolific artist and an award-winning writer, much of her read more >> A Reference for All the Birds of the World with Brian Sullivan Maybe more than anyone in North America in the last 20 years, Brian Sullivan has been read more >> The Joys of Birding Maine with Nick Lund Friend of the ABA Nick Lund has had a busy spring! He not only published his read more >> This Month in Birding – April 2022 It’s the last Thursday of the month and that means it is time for the American read more >> The Secrets of Female Bird Song with Lauryn Benedict The incredible variety of bird song in a morning chorus on a spring or summer day read more >> Building a Community of Birdstreamers As interest in birding has grown in the last couple years, birders have turned up in read more >> Random Birds, Vol. 4, with Ted Floyd Birding editor Ted Floyd is back and ready to remember some birds! He joins host Nate Swick read more >> This Month in Birding – March 2022 It's time again for This Month in Birding! While March is arguably the slowest month of read more >> Winning for Farmers and Birders with Forrest Rowland Forrest Rowland advocates for ecotourism around the world as a tour leader for Rockjumper and for read more >> Secrets of Cemetery Birding with Danielle Belleny In many many parts of the country, and the world, the most accessible greenspaces are cemeteries. read more >> BWD is Back with Jessica Vaughan & Mike Sacopulos The birding world was shocked and more than a little saddened late last year when the read more >> Eavesdropping on Birds with Tessa Rhinehart If a bird calls in a forest, or a swamp, or a grassland, and no birder read more >> This Month in Birding – February 2022 It’s the last week of the month and that means it’s time for This Month in read more >> Climate Science and the CBC with Sarah Saunders & Geoff LeBaron There is no question that climate change is having an impact on bird populations, but dig read more >> Birdability for Everybody with Virginia Rose & Freya McGregor We have seen, in recent years, an increased awareness of the need to make birding welcoming, read more >> Wildest Vagrants of 2021 with Amy Davis & Tom Johnson We might be well into 2022, but it’s not too late to look back at the read more >> This Month in Birding – January 2022 It’s the last week of the first month of 2022, and time again for This Month read more >> A Big Year and a Bigger Purpose with Tiffany Kersten Texas birder Tiffany Kersten did not start 2021 with an ambitious year of birding in mind. read more >> Random Birds, Uganda Edition, with Ted Floyd Editor of the ABA's Birding magazine and frequent podcast guest Ted Floyd just returned a few weeks ago read more >> 2022 Bird of the Year Artist Christina Baal Last month the ABA officially announced the 2022 ABA Bird of the Year, which is Burrowing read more >> This Month in Birding – December 2021 We’re at the end of the month and the end of 2021. So it's time for read more >> Discovering the Inti Tanager with Ryan Terrill It is one of the great dreams of many birders, to be part of the discovery read more >> There Are Birds with Stephanie Seymour It is amazing how many people combine the two interests of birding and music, though few read more >> Encore – A Life in Raptors with Jerry Liguori Hawk-watchers are easily the most established sub-groups within the birding community, and the hawk-watching community in read more >> This Month in Birding – November 2021 The last Thursday of the month means it’s time for This Month in Birding, a very read more >> Birding Book Club – Best of 2021 It is time once more for the most anticipated Birding Book Club of the year, our annual read more >> Behind the Finch Forecast with Tyler Hoar The annual Winter Finch Forecast is easily one of the highlights of the birding year for read more >> A Guide to Pigeon-Watching with Rosemary Mosco Perhaps more than any bird in North America, Rock Pigeons suffer for their omnipresence and familiarity. But read more >> This Month in Birding – October 2021 The last Thursday of the month is This Month in Birding with a panel of Jennie Duberstein, read more >> New Faces at the ABA with Katinka Domen & Laura Guerard The second half of 2021 has been an exciting half-year for the ABA, not least of read more >> Antpittas and Adventure in Colombia There's no place on Earth like Colombia. One of the world's only "megadiverse" nations, Colombia boasts read more >> Owls of the Eastern Ice with Jonathan Slaght When Jonathan Slaght’s Owls of the Eastern Ice came out last year, it was met with read more >> This Month in Birding – September 2021 It's the last episode of September 2021, and to add to this fall birding bounty comes read more >> Random Birds, Vol. 2, with Ted Floyd Birding editor Ted Floyd returns to join host Nate Swick in another round of "Random Birds", the read more >> ENCORE – Tales of Urban Birding with J.B. Brumfield Few birders in North American have taken on the mantle of urban birding like Ohio native read more >> More than a Lawn Thrush with Emily Williams What can we learn from one of the most familiar birds in North America? A bird read more >> Demystifying Molt with Dani Kaschube The time of year for messy birds is here. It’s molt season, and nearly every bird you read more >> This Month in Birding – August 2021 It’s the last week of August and that means it’s time for This Month in Birding featuring read more >> Secrets of Summer Birding How would you describe summer birding? Hot? Humid? Buggy? Unbearable? For many birders it has always read more >> A World Full of Parrots with Stephen Pruett-Jones Parrots and parakeets are among the most spectacular and diverse birds on the planet, but also among read more >> A Lifeline for Kauai’s Birds with Lisa Crampton Kaua'i's forest birds are on the brink, says guest Dr. Lisa Crampton, but a new mosquito control effort offers a ray of hope for some of the most endangered birds in the world. This Month in Birding: July 2021 The last episode of the month means This Month in Birding, with a panel of Orietta read more >> Birding, Annotated, Again with Ted Floyd Birding editor Ted Floyd joins host Nate Swick to once again chat about recent birding experiences in read more >> Your Bird Story with Georgia Silvera Seamans We at the ABA are big fans of the growing birding podcast scene and one of read more >> ENCORE: Actor Ian Harding’s Odd Birds In demand actor, 7 time winner of the Teen Choice Award, and avid birder? Ian Harding read more >> The All Canada Episode It's Canada Day and this week sees an all Canada special episode of the American Birding Podcast, read more >> This Month in Birding: June 2021 For June, the The Month in Birding Panel consists of Mo Stych of Bird Sh*t Podcast, read more >> Birding Book Club: Guides to Mexico and Central America It’s time for the American Birding Podcast Birding Book Club and host Nate Swick welcomes bird read more >> 2021 Splits and Lumps with Nick Block Early summer means that it’s time to talk taxonomy, and that means Nick Block, professor of read more >> Listen and Conserve with Project Terra with Mike Lanzone & Scott Whittle One of the dreams of the "internet of nature" was a device that birders could put read more >> This Month in Birding – May 2021 Sean Milnes, Jordan Rutter, and Purbita Saha join the May 2021 This Month in Birding panel read more >> Bird Policy Update and the Freedom Birders with Tykee James In the United States, we’re over 100 days into a new administration and five months into read more >> Random Birds, Vol. 1 with Ted Floyd Birding editor Ted Floyd is back to play a new birder game we're calling "Random Birds". Host read more >> The Glitter in the Green with Jon Dunn Hummingbirds, perhaps more than any other bird family in the world, seem to elicit a strange read more >> This Month in Birding – April 2021 The last Thursday of the month and that means it's time for the This Month in Birding read more >> Skyglow and Community Science with Lauren Pharr This time of year is a tough one for many birds, as they make their long read more >> Secrets of SoCal Parrots with John McCormack There are a few lucky places in the ABA Area where parrots still fly free, even read more >> A World on the Wing with Scott Weidensaul Migratory birds undertake some of the most extraordinary and exhausting journeys of any living thing on read more >> ENCORE: The Nomadic Nature of Snow Buntings with Emily McKinnon It’s the time of year when Arctic birds are heading back north, out of the range read more >> This Month in Birding: March 2021 This Month in Birding, featuring a panel of Nicole Jackson, Mikko Jimenez, and Ryan Mandelbaum, recap the bird news of March 2021, including old gulls, the anthropause, and Lights Out Philly. ID Nation: Early Spring Challenges Spring is here and birders across North America, including new pandemic birders for whom this might read more >> Birding, annotated, with Ted Floyd Birding editor Ted Floyd and host Nate Swick try something a little different this time around. They read more >> Unraveling a Nighthawk Migration Mystery with Elly Knight GPS backpacks have revealed the migratory routes of the mysterious Common Nighthawk. Researcher Elly Knight joins us to talk about her findings and what it's like working with such an idiosyncratic bird. This Month in Birding – February 2021 Jennie Duberstein, Jordan Rutter, and Brodie Cass Talbott join host Nate Swick to round up the birding news of the month, including owl drama in NYC and the question of whether the Patagonia Picnic Table Effect is a real thing or not. A Sparrow Back from the Brink with Andrew Walker Andrew Walker of the Fish & Wildlife FOundation of FLorida Birding Through Pandemic and Cancer with Rebecca Heisman The year 2020 was an especially difficult one for many of us, but for writer and read more >> In Defense of the Cowbird with Sarah Winnicki Cowbird advocate Sarah Winnicki joins us to make the case for the humble cowbird, under-appreciated at best and outright disliked at worst. This Month in Birding – January 2021 This Month in Birding for January 2021 brings together Danielle Belleny, Sam DeJarnett, and Sean Milnes to talk Audubon woes, condor reintroduction, gear snobbery and birding with Gucci! Notes from the High Arctic with Clare Kines Birder and photographer Clare Kines joins Nate to talk about the birding and nature experiences to be found at Arctic Bay, north of the Arctic Circle on Baffin Island in Nunavut. How to Be “Hawky” with Janet Ng Dr. Janet Ng studies raptors on the southern Canadian plains, looking for ways for the birds of this unique landscape can share the land with humans using it for energy development. A Guide to Bird Behavior with John Kricher Author, educator, and scientist John Kricher's new book on Bird Behavior is a nice addition to the excellent Peterson Reference Guide series. He joins Nate to chat about this culmination of his career and the nuances of communicating complicated concepts to laypeople. Four Years of the American Birding Podcast We didn't intend to make an episode this week, but friend of the podcast Jordan Rutter read more >> Invasion of the Winter Finches with Matt Young Crossbill enthusiast and Founder of the Finch Research Network Matt Young joins Nate Swick to talk about the incredible finch "superflight" occurring this winter. Birding Book Club: Best of 2020 The Birding Book Club with Donna Schulman and Frank Izaguirre discuss their favorite new bird books of 2020, a great year for behavior guides and narrative non-fiction. Birding Stories from ABA Friends Greg Neise and Hannah Floyd each have a story to tell in this episode of the American Birding Podcast. Enjoy the spills, thrills, and warbling trills of Greg's record-breaking Big Day. And Hannah enjoys a winter day's birding during the pandemic. This Month in Birding – November 2020 Jody Allair, Tom Johnson, and Jordan Rutter join host Nate Swick to talk winter finches, crossbill angst, voter fraud (for birds), and a wayward owl in New York City. What Now in Bird Policy with Tykee James With a new presidential administration with new conservation priorities on the horizon, Tykee James of On Word for Wildlife joins us to talk about what birders and conservationists in the United States can expect in the next few months. Loving the Unloved Vulture with Katie Fallon Despite being one of the most ubiquitous birds in the Americas, the homely Turkey Vulture is often saddled with a poor reputation. Katie Fallon, author of "Vulture: The Private Life of an Unloved Bird" wants to change that. Kestrels in the Hood with Najada Davis Filmmaker Najada Davis's experience documenting a pair of American Kestrels nesting in downtown Cleveland became the short film, "Kestrels in the Hood". This Month in Birding – October 2020 Danielle Belleny, Ryan Mandelbaum, and Purbita Saha join host Nate Swick to talk about some of the most interesting birding news from the month of October 2020. Birding in the COVID-19 Era, Part 2 We are now in the 7th month of this COVID pandemic purgatory, and way way back read more >> Sage-grouse Politics and the American West with Ashley Ahearn The Greater Sage-Grouse is one of the more bizarre birds in North America and frequently a read more >> The Secret Life of Rails with Auriel Fournier Rails are a mysterious and enigmatic family, often requiring and rewarding effort. Researcher Auriel Fournier knows that read more >> Noc-Mig Magic with Mark James Pearson Recording and identifying nocturnal flight calls has been a popular way for birders in the ABA read more >> This Month in Birding – September 2020 Host Nate Swick is joined by Nicole Jackson, Nick Lund, and Mo Stych to talk about all the birding news from September 2020 including mysterious bird deaths, waffle-eating Wood Storks, and a new bird mascot for the University of Illinois. My So-Called Lifer: Ornithology in High School with Steve Maguire Most people perceive ornithology as a college course, one of those science electives that can get read more >> Birding Book Club: All of a Family It’s time for the American Birding Podcast Birding Book Club and host Nate Swick welcomes bird read more >> Becoming a Birder, Unintentionally, with Julia Zarankin Writer Julia Zarankin's new memoir, Field Noted From an Unintentional Birder, is an insightful, funny, and endearing look at the strange path one takes to becoming a birder. Also, host Nate Swick wants you to normalize misidentifying birds. This Month in Birding – August 2020 It’s the last Thursday of the month and that means it’s time once again for This read more >> Finally a Field Guide to Hawaii with Helen & André Raine Helen and André Raine are the authors of the new American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Hawaii, the newest and most complete guide to the islands. They join Nate Swick to talk about Hawaiian birds, conservation, and why even birders on the mainland will want this book. Secrets of Slow Birding with Bridget Butler Vermont naturalist Bridget Butler has been pushing for birders to better appreciate their immediate surroundings with her “Slow Birding” initiative. She joins host Nate Swick to talk about how birding can create a connection to yourself and the place where you live.  The Evolution of Online Birding with Mike Bergin In 2020 birders have taken to the internet in droves, but the adoption of perhaps the read more >> Secrets of Shade-Grown Coffee with Ruth Bennett Every bird organization on the planet encourages bird-friendly coffee, but what does that mean, why are read more >> J. J. Audubon and the Bird of Washington Fraud with Matthew Halley John James Audubon is frequently referred to with reverence as the father of the North American read more >> How Birders can Save the Migratory Bird Treaty Act with Tykee James Birders are undoubtedly familiar with the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, at least by name, and recent read more >> Conservation, Cooperation, and NABCI with Judith Scarl When it comes to bird conservation in North America, there are so many groups that need read more >> This Month in Birding – June 2020 It's This Month in Birding, a panel discussion covering the best bird news we might have read more >> #BlackBirdersWeek and Its Impact with Corina Newsome & Tykee James Following birder Christian Cooper’s encounter with a racist white woman in Central Park on Memorial Day, read more >> 2020 Splits and Lumps with Nick Block It’s split and lump season again. And that means Dr. Nick Block, professor of Biology at read more >> What It’s Like to Be a Bird with David Sibley David Sibley hardly needs an introduction to the ABA’s audience. He is the author and illustrator read more >> This Month in Birding – May 2020 The American Birding Podcast brings you This Month in Birding, a panel discussion covering the best read more >> City Pigeons and Urban Evolution with Elizabeth Carlen The humble Rock Pigeon can provide some interesting insights into how natural selection is impacted by the urban environment. In fact, that is the work of Elizabeth Carlen, a PhD candidate at Fordham University. Birding Book Club – Big Year Narratives In recent years it has seemed as though doing an ABA Area Big Year means that read more >> The Bird Way with Jennifer Ackerman Welcome to the new weekly American Birding Podcast! Jennifer Ackerman is the New York Times best-selling read more >> Birding in the COVID-19 Era with Ted Floyd & Brodie Cass Talbott The COVID-19 crisis has forced us all to take stock of how we do everything, and read more >> Birdsong for the Curious Naturalist with Don Kroodsma It’s hard to step out your backdoor these days without being overwhelmed by birdsong. Spring is read more >> Bird Rehab Behind the Scenes with Ioana Seritan The world of bird rehabilitation is a unique aspect of the way that people interact with read more >> On Non-Native Birds in the ABA Area with Peter Pyle Of the 1116 species on the ABA checklist, around 50 are what we classify as “non-native”. These are species from other parts of the world introduced either to the North American mainland or, frequently, to Hawaii. The Importance of a Breeding Bird Atlas with Gabriel Foley Many states and provinces are increasingly interested in tackling a comprehensive survey of the birds in their regions. With the help help of technology, this ambitious undertaking is more achievable than ever. Affinity and Identity in the Queer Birders of North America with Jennifer Rycenga & Michael Retter Jennifer Rycenga and Michael Retter of QBNA (LGBTQ+ Birders of North America) discuss how the group came to be and why it's still essential. Also, some thoughts on the changes to the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. 2020 Bird of the Year Artist Tony Fitzpatrick Tony’s work has been featured in major American museums and on the covers of roots albums. He is every bit as gregarious as a Cedar Waxwing, as you’ll see in this interview with host Nate Swick from this year’s Bird of the Year reveal party in Tony’s hometown of Chicago. Saving a Hummingbird Haven with Sheri Williamson The ABA at 50 Best Bird Books of 2019 with Donna Schulman As is our tradition, the end of the year means it’s time for a look back at the read more >> Documenting Birders on the Border with Otilia Portillo Padua Bird Glamour with Lisa Buckley The Secrets of Female Bird Song with Lauryn Benedict 3 Billion Birds Lost, A Discussion with Jordan Rutter & Ted Floyd Birding to Change the World with Trish O’Kane Veery Meteorology with Christopher Heckscher Birding the Rock Inside Fantasy Birding with Matt Smith Where Experience Falls Short Letters from Bird Camp with Jennie Duberstein & Robert Buckert Bird Collision Basics with Heidi Trudell 2019 Splits and Lumps with Nick Block Birds and Board Games with Elizabeth Hargrave LIVE from The Biggest Week-The ABA at 50 A Season on the Wind with Kenn Kaufman On Crow Culture with Kaeli Swift Birding Means Business in Colombia with John Myers Martin Migration Magic with Kevin Fraser Birding at 100 (Issues) with Ted Floyd Birding and the Border Wall with Tiffany Kersten eBird’s Spectacular Status & Trends with Tom Auer 2019 Bird of the Year Artist Megan Massa Winter Birding Basics with Ted Floyd & Greg Neise Birds at Large with Nick Lund Best Bird Books of 2018 with Donna Schulman We're getting to the end of the year and it's time for a look back at the best read more >> The Internet of Wildlife with Mike Lanzone Birding By Bus with Marc Kramer & Eliana Ardila Ardila […]

November 12th, 2019|

A Powerful Memoir on Florida Shorebirds

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 July 22, 2024 A review by Rebecca Heisman I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird: A Daughter’s Memoir, by Susan Cerulean University of Georgia Press, 2020 176 pages, hardcover ABA […]

December 25th, 2021|

Outstanding Owls

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 July 22, 2024 A review by Rebecca Heisman What an Owl Knows: The New Science of the World’s Most Enigmatic Birds, by Jennifer Ackerman Penguin Press, 2023 352 pages, hardcover […]

January 14th, 2024|

Thorough Overview of a Conservation Conflict

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 July 22, 2024 A review by Rebecca Heisman Bird versus Bulldozer: A Quarter-Century Conservation Battle in a Biodiversity Hotspot, by Audrey L. Mayer Yale University Press, 2021 312 pages, softcover […]

July 10th, 2022|

What Birds Mean to Us

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 July 22, 2024 A review by Rebecca Heisman Flight from Grace: A Cultural History of Humans and Birds, by Richard Pope McGill Queen’s University Press, 2021 304 pages, hardcover I […]

March 13th, 2023|

Birding Online: September 2023

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 IOANA SERITAN Associate Editor, Birding magazine ABA Member Log In Org or Business Log In ⬅ ABA Members! Log in here before using the links below. On the cover: This stunning Siberian Accentor […]

August 30th, 2023|

Birding Online: January 2024

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 IOANA SERITAN Associate Editor, Birding magazine ABA Member Log In Org or Business Log In ⬅ ABA Members! Log in here before using the links below. Cover: “The Journey,” by © Natasza Fontaine. […]

January 16th, 2024|

Random Birds, Vol. 8, with Ted Floyd

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 July 22, 2024 It’s a random time for Random Birds, the American Birding Podcast segment with Birding editor Ted Floyd that involves host Nate Swick, a big bird list, and a random […]

September 14th, 2023|

Birding Online: March 2023

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 IOANA SERITAN Associate Editor, Birding magazine ABA Member Log In Org or Business Log In ⬅ ABA Members! Log in here before using the links below. On the Cover: Ring-billed Gull, by Marky […]

March 14th, 2023|

Birding Online: June 2022

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 IOANA SERITAN Associate Editor, Birding magazine ABA Member Log In Org or Business Log In ⬅ ABA Members! Log in here before using the links below. Welcome to Birding Online! Here, all ABA […]

June 14th, 2022|

Birding Online: November 2021

Search: rebecca heisman – Page 1 IOANA SERITAN Associate Editor, Birding magazine Welcome to Birding Online! Here, all ABA members can access the extended online content from the November 2021 issue of Birding magazine. The complete issue, containing […]

December 11th, 2021|
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