Living Bird Autumn 2016—Table Of ContentsOctober 11, 2016
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By Hugh PowellMagnolia Warbler in Mexico. Photo by Edgar Miceli via Birdshare.
Saving a Species by Splitting It: The Case of the Ruddy-headed Goose
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ID Tips for Raptor-Watching Season: Use Tail and Wing Shape
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View from Sapsucker Woods: Beginning Our Second Century
By John W. Fitzpatrick
From the Autumn 2016 issue of Living Bird magazine.
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
Gallery: Cedar Waxwings
By Marie ReadFrom the Autumn 2016 issue of Living Bird magazine. Subscribe now.
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