The Bird Bulletin: A Guide to Birding from Home

For those of us able to work remotely, each day can feel monotonous and draining—hunched over our computers, staring at screens, and stuck on endless streams of back-to-back Zoom meet … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Bird Bulletin: ‘Friendly Glass’ Bill Aims to Reduce a Gruesome Statistic

Thirty-eight residences rise above the northwest end of Central Park, glimmering and gleamin … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Bird Bulletin: Artist Nicolas Holiber on Building ‘Birds on Broadway’

It's late on a brisk Wednesday evening in May and an eight-foot-tall Double-Crested Cormorant is making its way across the interse … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Bird Bulletin: eBird, D-Bird, and How You Can Become a Community Scientist

In January, birders around the globe shared their final contributions to the world’s longest-running wildlife census: the A … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Bird Bulletin: Giving Thanks for the Mandarin Duck and My Fellow Birders

On October 10, 2018, I heard the first reports of an exotic duck in my backyard thanks to a tweet from Manhattan Bird A … Read the rest of this entry >>