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UPLAND GAME BIRDS
At the opening of what promises to be a record season SI presents a foldout of popular and exotic game birds plus an area-by-area report on where to find them, ...
Some bright, icy birds challenge clay pigeons
Colorful ice targets that can be quickly frozen may replace clay pigeons and bring down the high cost of trap and skeet shooting
KIWIS AND NEW ZEALANDERS ARE BIRDS OF A FEATHER—AND VERY PROUD OF IT
When it comes to zoological symbolism, sovereign nations are generally less anthropomorphic than American educational institutions.
BIRDS ON THE WING
The Blue Jays won three of four from Detroit in the first of a two-round AL East title fight.
THIS GUIDE IS FOR THE BIRDS IDENTIFYING AVIAN SPECIES IN THE FIELD, NEVER EASY, HAS JUST BEEN MADE TOUGHER
Even in this age of hype and spin, the promotional campaign for the American Bird Conservancy's Field Guide: All the Birds of. North America ...
HEAD PRO OAKMONT'S BOB FORD IS THAT RAREST OF BIRDS, A CLUB PROFESSIONAL WHO CAN PLAY SOME, TOO
Bob Ford calls himself a dinosaur, an odd characterization for a42-year-old at the top of his field. As the head professionalfor the last 17 years ...
BOSTON BIRD WATCHER WALKS WITH HIS HERO
Bird watching has been described (by Ornithologist Joseph Hickey) as "a mild paralysis of the central nervous system which can be cured only by rising at dawn ...
Biggest Bird in the bushes
Baltimore's Jim Palmer went to Hagerstown to begin his comeback from an arm ailment
Travels With Larry
WHEN THE BOSTON CELTICS TRAVELED WEST LAST FEBRUARY, THE AUTHOR GOT A CLOSE-UP OF LIFE WITH LARRY BIRD AND HIS TEAMMATES
T-bird on the racing trail
The debut of Ford's potent luxury car in NASCAR competition next month has racing's hot-stove league abuzz