Living Bird Autumn 2016—Table Of Contents
October 11, 2016
A Black-and-white Warbler alights on a banana leaf in a shade-coffee farm in Antioquia, Colombia. Photo by Guillermo Santos.
In Colombia, Shade-Grown Coffee Sustains Songbirds and People Alike
By Gustave AxelsonAntioquia is Colombia's biggest coffee-producing department, and it's also a hotbed for overwintering Blackburnian Warblers. Photo: Guillermo Santos.
People Power and Sustainable Forestry Keep Deforestation at Bay in Guatemala
Saving a Species by Splitting It: The Case of the Ruddy-headed Goose
ID Tips for Raptor-Watching Season: Use Tail and Wing Shape
Columns & Departments
View from Sapsucker Woods: Beginning Our Second Century
Research Highlights from 2,000 Ornithologists at the NAOC 2016 Meeting
By Miyoko Chu, Gustave Axelson, Charles Eldermire, and Hugh Powell
Big Cities Can Be Birdy Areas Come Fall
By Pat Leonard
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