Wildlife Fund - By joining WWF you become part of the solution
to protect our natural environment. Whatever you can give, every
counts towards our global conservation work.
- Great database, including data from all Christmas Bird Counts, and
surveys of specific species.
Hotspots Around the World - This great website contains very
and helpful info to travelling birders.
Migratory Bird Day - Celebrates the incredible journeys of
birds between their breeding grounds in North America and their
grounds in Mexico, Central, and South America.
Sea Birds - So come on out and enjoy some of these fantastic
as you can only experience on a Westport Pelagic!
Bird Conservancy -URGENT
- WE NEED YOUR HELP TO STOP THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MAKING CUTS IN THE
SPECIES ACT - CLICK HERE
Provincial Museum of Alberta Natural History Ornithology
- Alberta has a rich, diverse bird life with over 250 breeding species.
The province has distinctive natural regions (Boreal Forest, Aspen
Grasslands and Rocky Mountains), each with characteristic bird
Fat Birder - Links up birding enthusiasts from all over the
Dot Com - Site about wild birds and the sport of birding. It's
for everyone who's interested in birdwatching and enjoying nature.
Birding.com - Has been developed to provide a single resource
the Web for pinpointing reliable and competent birding guides
the world with a modicum of accuracy.
Birding Pages -
Internet site with a great directory of information for birders.
Pal - Birding contacts and info on birdwatching clubs, rare
reports, observation stations, birdwatching lodging and pelagic birding
trips for travelling birders.
Source for information on attracting, watching, feeding, and studying
- Helps bird watchers discover the top birding spots around the world.
Bird songs and bird photos are here. A new bird is featured every few
Birding Association - Birding
organization that helps birders increase bird ID and birdfinding
enjoyment of birdwatching, and bird conservation involvement.
Nature Conservancy Wings of the Americas - Migratory Bird Program
- Bird conservation means
the places where birds nest and raise their young, spend their winters,
and rest and rejuvenate during migration. The health of bird
also reflects the health of our eco systems.
Canadian Bird Trends Database - The Canadian Bird Trends
Web site is a retrieval system that provides information on Canadian
species including population trends and taxonomy, with links to range
and life history information, and national conservation designations.
Resources on Ornithology - Here are on-line versions of some
on birds written by Christopher Majka. We hope you find them of
Bird Areas - Canada's Important Bird Areas program is a
initiative to identify, conserve and monitor a network of sites that
essential habitat for Canada's bird populations.
Over The Rockies - The Columbia Valley
Geographic Field Guide To The Birds Of North America - Great work by
National Geographic Society. The
guide covers all North American
bird species, including seabirds.
Bird Observatory - The mission of Alaska
Bird Observatory is to advance the appreciation, understanding, and
conservation of birds and their habitats through research and education.
Breeding Bird Atlas - Data collection
for the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas (WBBA) began the
spring of 1995 and ended the summer of 2000. The culmination of this
project, "Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Wisconsin", is available for
Sibley Guide to Birds by David Allen Sibley - More
than 10 years in the making,
David Sibley's Guide to Birds is a monumental achievement. The
watercolor illustrations (6,600, covering 810 species in North America)
and clear, descriptive text place Sibley and his work squarely in the
of John James Audubon and Roger Tory Peterson; more than a birdwatcher
and evangelizer, he is one of the foremost bird painters and
in the U.S.
FeederWatcher's Guide to Bird Feeding by Margaret A. Barker, Jack L.
Griggs - Join Margaret Barker
on a fascinating tour of FeederWatcher's backyards
and bird feeders. Margaret captures the joy in the FeederWatcher's
words as they explain how to attract the finches you've seen down the
road, how to discourage the flock of Starlings you'd really rather went
elsewhere, and how to live peacefully with squirrels and raccoons.
You'll discover which birds you can attract and which ones will return
year after year.
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