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Publishing Organization:Cornell Lab of Ornithology
In 1982 the magazine The Living Bird Quarterly replaced the The Living Bird. Volume numbering began anew in summer 1982. The magazine was published quarterly through volume 10 number 3 (summer 1991). Starting with volume 10 number 4 (autumn 1991), the magazine adopted the name Living Bird. According to their website, the original annual The Living Bird may appear irregularly in the future.
The current magazine includes semi-popular articles on bird biology, behavior, conservation, art, and research, etc.
An occasional supplement called Winter bird highlights is published.
Publisher's Description: Living Bird, the Lab's award-winning magazine, features stunning full-color images by the world's top wildlife photographers. In-depth articles include travel adventures, product reviews, and stories about bird conservation, science, art, and photography.
- Language: English
- Geographic Scope: National
- Countries Covered: United States
- Type: Magazine
- Status: Active
- Years: 1982–present
- Frequency: Four times per year
- Impact factor: None
- Preceding title: Living Bird Quarterly
- Open access to some volumes
- Free: 2008–present