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Birding Online July 2021

By |July 30th, 2021|Birding Magazine|

Different photographers have different aesthetics and different goals. From birds in urban landscapes to feeder setups, from birds in flight to in-depth long-term studies of individuals, this issue showcases the diverse facets of bird photography, the people who engage in them, and the stunning images they acquire.

The 2021 AOS Supplement is out!

By |June 25th, 2021|Listing and Taxonomy|

Every summer, birders anxiously await publication of the “Check-list Supplement” by the American Ornithological Society’s Committee on Classification and Nomenclature of North and Middle American Birds (a.k.a. the NACC). The supplement (available linked to here eventually) details revisions to the NACC’s Check-list. Here's a rundown of the more significant revisions.

North American Birds: Vol. 71, No. 2

By |January 20th, 2021|North American Birds|

With regional reports appearing online, we are able to offer more feature content in the printed issues than ever before. This 80-page issue is chock-full of exciting articles, including two you may be used to seeing in the pages of Birding magazine: the ABA Checklist Committee’s annual report and the Check-list Redux.

The 2020 AOS Supplement is out!

By |June 30th, 2020|Listing and Taxonomy|

Every summer, birders anxiously await publication of the “Check-list Supplement” by the American Ornithological Society’s Committee on Classification and Nomenclature of North and Middle American Birds (a.k.a. the NACC). The supplement details revisions to the NACC’s Check-list.

North American Birds: Vol. 71, No. 1

By |May 19th, 2020|North American Birds|

Your Content Goes Here MICHAEL L. P. RETTER Editor, North American Birds It is with great excitement that I write this as the new editor of North American Birds. I also write with great humility. Producing the continent's journal of ornithological record is no small responsibility, and I take it very seriously. Besides ensuring that the magazine is produced on a timely schedule, I have a vision for where I’d like to steer the ship in the coming years. First, I should stress that I am committed to NAB retaining an emphasis on avian status and distribution. read more >>

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