Among North America's smallest warblers, Wilson's warblers love trees, woodlands, and hunting insects from the ground. Photograph by Jim O'Donnell.
New Mexico has some of the best birding in the country, although challenges threaten many species and force others into unfamiliar habitats. Let your passion soar with our guide to backyard birds, must-visit hot spots, and more.
Look around. Some of the best bird-watching happens right outside your window.
As a birder, ecologist, and graduate student at the University of New Mexico, Loggins works to protect vital river and shoreline environments.
In September, the doctoral student at University of New Mexico wrote about he mass die-off of migratory birds that sparked international media coverage.
The author and former owner of Wild Birds Unlimited offers tips to draw more birds to your backyard.
These hot spots offer some of the best birding in the state.
Take your experience to new heights on these bird-friendly hikes.
Fly Byes (and Hellos!)
These migratory birds are only around for a season or two, so catch them if you can.
Join the flock of regular folks helping to advance avian research and science.
Grant Beauprez Draws Inspiration from Bird-watching
The biologist, photographer, and artist searches New Mexico's prairies for birds of all types.
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