Celebrating the songbirds that flit through the yard, serenade us with song, and bring brightness and joy to every day.
Audubon Birds in the Garden features a year of avian jewels captured up close in vibrant full color. A Bohemian Waxwing, whose feathers, Pliny the Elder once said, “shine at night like fire.” A striking black-and-orange Baltimore Oriole against a backdrop of delicate white blooms. And a pair of Eastern Bluebirds perched on a water pump. Each month’s image is accompanied by detailed text with species and habitat information and tips for bird lovers: When Halloween is over, don’t throw away your jack-o’-lanterns—turn them into a buffet for your local songsters. Printed on responsibly sourced paper.