Western Tanager

Birds of the Season - February 2019

Birds of the Season - February 2019

December through February is that slow time of the bird year when nothing much of interest turns up, right?  In some years that statement may ring true, but it was hardly accurate this winter.  Some truly unexpected birds were found along with many lesser vagrants.  As usual plenty of continuing rarities were regularly reported at their respective locations.

Western Tanager, Vol. 85 No. 3, Jan-Feb 2019

In this issue

• Being Inspired by a Brand New Birder | Louis Tucker

•Making Some Noise, and Getting Results | Cindy Hardin

• INTERPRETING NATURE: New Community Connections | Ingrid Carrillo & Stacey Vigallon

• YOUNG BIRDERS: The Bird That Follows the Cones: The Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) | Dessi Sieburth

• Birds of the Season | Jon Fisher

Western Tanager, Vol. 83 No. 6, Jul-Aug 2018

In this issue

• Book Review: The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Santa Barbara County, California | Kimball L. Garrett

•Green Feather Award Winner 2018: “Let Her Play” | Aisling Murray

• INTERPRETING NATURE: Baldwin Hills Greenhouse Program Research | Stacey Vigallon

• YOUNG BIRDERS: A New Discovery - Our Rufous Hummingbirds Molt in the Mexican Monsoonal Region | Dessi Sieburth

• Birds of the Season: June 2018 | Jon Fisher

Western Tanager, Vol. 83 No. 2, Nov-Dec 2016

In this issue

• Helping Birds Through Photography | Dessi Siebruth

•Western Snowy Plovers Past and Future in Coastal Los Angeles | Travis Longcore

• Ballona Docents Head South | Cindy Hardin

• State of California, Audubon California and Restoring the Salton Sea | Dessi Sieburth

• Birds of the Season | Jon Fisher

• Always Excited about your Firsts: The Chase | Louis Tucker

• Interpreting Nature: Celebrating Shorebirds | Joyce Realgeno

Western Tanager, Vol. 82 No. 4, Mar-Apr 2016

In this issue:

• Book Review: The Laws Guide to Nature Drawing and Journaling | Linda Oberholtzer

• Open Wetlands at Ballona: Everyone is Invited! | Cindy Hardin

• INTERPRETING NATURE: Susan Miller Dorsey High School EcoClub and Baldwin Hills Greenhouse Program | Ingrid Carrillo & Stacey Vigallon

• YOUNG AUTHORS: Why Field Notes Are Important | Dessi Sieburth

• Birds of the Season | Jon Fisher

Western Tanager, Vol. 81 No. 1, Sept-Oct 2014

In this issue

• If You Have the Urge to Visit the Metropolitan New York Area | Louis Tucker

•Birds, Ballona and Block Printing | Cindy Hardin

• Interpreting Nature | IStacey Vigallon

• Seven Summits Women’s Team | Carol Babeli

• Birds of the Season | Jon Fisher