Living Bird Summer 2017—Table Of Contents
June 7, 2017
Kirtland’s Warbler by David Speiser.
Jack Pine Juggernauts: What Will Happen to Kirtland’s Warblers After Delisting?
By Greg Breining; Photos by Craig Watson
Lost Birds: The Search to Rediscover Species That Might Not Yet Be Extinct
By Sarah GilmanBlue-eyed Ground-Dove by Rafael Bessa.
The Beauty and Biology of Egg Color
By Pat LeonardOne of the key functions of egg pigmentation is camouflage. These Little Ringed Plover eggs blend in with their stony surroundings. Photo by Michel Poinsignon/Minden Pictures.
A New Dawn for the Night Parrot
By Sarah Toner
Analysis: The Economic Value of Birds
By Çağan H. ŞekercioğluThe U.S. Air Force has used Peregrine Falcons to drive away European Starlings and other birds that pose threats to aircraft at air bases. Photo by Nick Dunlop.
Columns & Departments
View from Sapsucker Woods: Endowing a Future for the Kirtland’s Warbler
By John W. Fitzpatrick
2017 Global Big Day Wrap-Up: More Than 6,000 Species Worldwide As Team Sapsucker Finds 327 Species in Yucatan
Remembering Chan Robbins, a Giant of Modern Ornithology
By Pat Leonard
Why Can Some Birds Drink Salty Seawater?
Adapted from the Handbook of Bird Biology, Third Edition
Gallery: Remembering Ezra
By Christine Bogdanowicz
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