Winter Bird Highlights
Prior to 2005, the year-end reports, which were called Annual Reports, were printed in the Lab's newsletter, BirdScope. Click the links below to view the BirdScope articles.
Hummingbirds and Other Gems of Winter. Bonter. D. Autumn 2004. Volume 18, Number 4:1, 8-11. View Report.
A Winter's Yield. Bonter, D. & W. Hochachka. Autumn 2003. Volume 17, Number 4:16-19.
Now You See
Them, Now You Don't: When, where, and why the birds didn't show up. Hochachka, W.
Autumn 2002. Volume 16, Number 4:6-9. View Report.
the Mountains: FeederWatchers document exodus of western montane birds. Hochachka,
W. & Kammermeier, L. Autumn 2001. Volume 15, Number 4:6-9. View Report.
Annual Report 1999-2000: An overview of winter feeder bird populations across North
America. Kammermeier, L. & Hochachka, W. Autumn 2000. Volume 14, Number
4:1-7, 9, 10. View
Annual Report 1998-99: FeederWatchers document mass movements of robins, siskins, and
jays. Kammermeier, L. & Hochachka, W. Autumn 1999. Volume 13, Number
Annual Report 1997-98: FeederWatch comes of age in its second decade. Hochachka,
W. & Rosenberg, K. Autumn 1998. Volume 12, Number 4:1-7. View Report.
Annual Report 1996-97: All quiet on the eastern front; a banner year for unusual sightings
in the West. Tessaglia, D. Autumn 1997. Volume 11, Number 4:1-5, 8. View Report.
Annual Report 1995-96: An overview of winter bird populations across North America. Tessaglia, D. & Rosenberg, K. Autumn 1996. Volume 10, Number 4:1-5, 8.
Annual Report 1994-95: Rosenberg, K., Tessaglia, D. & Wells, J. Autumn 1995.
Volume 9, Number 4:4-6.
Annual Report 1993-94: A winter of "seeing red" in the North, more purple and
gold in the south. Tessaglia, D. & Rosenberg, K. Autumn 1994. Volume 8,
Number 4:1-6. View