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Kenn Kaufman's new book makes a timely visit to spring migration

His conversational tone and expertise make this an excellent read


2019 Farm bill contained many elements favorable to birds

Here are links to the details


The Splendor of Birds, from National Geographic

130 years of photography in a beautiful book


Spring has sprung, and robins are singing

So is one Downy Woodpecker


On birds and bugs and plants

Two new books show it all


Gift idea from Cornell Lab

Gift idea from Cornell Lab

Online course about everything bird


Birds to the rescue

A cure for depression and anxiety, so they say


Birds: pay your money, take your chances

Attu was fun, Duluth would be a good deal less expensive


How birds filled an empty nest

100 pounds of seed, and TWO cardinals!


Common Grackles not so common anymore

Whip-poor-wills also in population decline


Birds: which species nest here, and how are they doing?

Birds: which species nest here, and how are they doing?

eBird from Cornell Lab offers animated migration maps, population trends, and more


Birding apps for phone or pad -- more information

Follow-up to Wednesday's Variety section column


News headlines from my iPhone

Thursday at 2:30 p.m. (of course, its a daily thing)


Hemp included in farm bill up for vote

Hemp seed should be a available as bird food after 2019 harvest


Snowy Owls call home, report on travels

Snowy Owls call home, report on travels

Project Snowstorm collecting GPS data


Why are there no birds at our feeders? (They returned)

A friend's feeders, yes. Ours? It could be a hunting hawk.


Land good for game birds also is good for songbirds

Land good for game birds also is good for songbirds

Conservation doesn't discriminate


36 Bald Eagles on Lake Minnetonka ice

They're hunting waterfowl in an open lead


Urban raptors -- neighborhood birds of prey explained

A new book takes a close look at raptors' relationship with us


Urban raptors -- neighborhood birds of prey explained

A new book takes a close look at raptors' relationship with us