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From the editor.(Editorial)
October 1, 2009 ... "New research suggests that the number of birds killed in collisions with windows in urban areas in North America during spring and fall migrations is far greater than ever imagined." So reads our report on the latest findings of researcher...

Menus: the magazine: your guide to the new BirdersWorld.com.(site guide)
October 1, 2009 ... Get the full value of your subscription! Visit the all-new www.BirdersWorld.com today. In our last issue, we offered a detailed guide to our redesigned home page. (See August 2009, page 11.) In this issue, we describe "the magazine," the...

Since you asked.(feeding waterfowl)
October 1, 2009 ... Why is it not okay to feed ducks and geese at parks?--Virginia Brayton, Los Angeles, California Especially in public places, feeding waterfowl is discouraged for two reasons. First, it's bad (or at least unpleasant) for people, and...

Tanager by name only.(birding briefs: Checklist changes, window-collision research, Whooping Crane hopes, and recent rarities from coast to coast)(Brief article)
October 1, 2009 ... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Reflecting recent observations off Newfoundland, in Alaska, and in Panama, and responding to discoveries made by researchers using mtDNA and nuclear data, the American Ornithologists' Union has again revised its...

The science of window collisions.(birding briefs: Checklist changes, window-collision research, Whooping Crane hopes, and recent rarities from coast to coast)(Brief article)
October 1, 2009 ... New research suggests that the number of birds killed in collisions with windows in urban areas in North America during spring and fall migrations is far greater than ever imagined--more than 34 million each year. "Our results confirm...