The Aiken Aikorns is currently published 5 times per year. Your articles, photos, and interesting tidbits are always welcome for consideration. Deadline for submissions is the third Wednesday of the month before the next issue comes out. Contact the editor at [email protected] to learn more.
Current Issue: Splitting the Red-tailed Hawk?
January/February: Do You Hear What I Hear?
November/December: Naming Birds
September/October: Camp Chiricahua 2018: Growing a Permanent Passion
May/Summer: The Islands of Aloha—Kauai
March/April: The Islands of Aloha—O’ahu & Maui
January/February: Hawai’i, the Big Island
November/December: A Bird-lover’s Dream (Bosque del Apache NWR)
September/October: eBird Hotspots…
May/Summer: Spring Returns
March/April: Spring Cleaning is for the (Blue-) Birds
January/February: Long Legs, Cold Water
November/December: Drama at the Bird Feeder
September/October: Bad Bird Photos
May/Summer: Gone to the Birds (Sandhill Cranes)
Letter to the Editor Re: Reclamation, fracking, and Colorado’s growing energy sector
March/April: Flow-through Ventilation
January/February: Birding in the Margins
November-December: Good Books!
September-October: Burned! Fire engulfs Kiowa Creek Sanctuary
May-Summer: Dear Aiken Audubon…
March-April: Wichity, Wichity, Wichity
January-February: Is It a Sharp-shinned or a Coopers?
November-December: Citizen Science
September-October: Get Involved!
May-Summer: Plant One for the birds
March-April: Karval hosts 2nd Mountain Plover Festival
January-February: The Great Backyard Bird Count
November-December: It’s Turkey Time
September-October: Five Ways to Protect Migrating Birds
May-Summer: Duck Stamps—Art With a Purpose
March-April: Hotspots—Where the Birds Hang Out
January-February: A Birder’s Resolutions
November-December: Audubon Christmas Bird Count