Last week the southbound migration of shorebirds started with a few sightings of spotted sandpipers, glossy ibis, black-bellied plovers and lesser...

The weather is getting hot as I write this on July 4.

The Fourth of July, which can be called the peak of the nesting season for beach-nesting birds is this weekend.

This is the time of year for shearwaters. They are never common near us; generally we have to go offshore to see them.

Great shearwaters nest on small islands in the southern Atlantic Ocean when it is summer down there.

Who flipped the switch from migration to the breeding season?