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10 Best Sites for Start Bird Watching

As a bird watcher I am always learning more about birds, both their appearance and their location and behavior. And I am always interested in meeting other bird watchers, their tips and the equipment they use on their outdoor excursions.

Your life is going to be better with birds in it. If you’ve always loved birds but never known how to actually make the leap, here’s how to begin.

Freebirders | Freebirders

This is my favorite site, especially for those starting out in bird watching. It contains very useful tips, basic information and gadget analysis.

Our conservation work focuses on five key strategies, supported by science, advocacy, and education.

Audubon protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology—Home | Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology : Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

We bring together scientists, students, and people from all walks of life in the quest to generate new knowledge and conserve our shared natural world. You can help.

eBird Essentials | Bird Academy • The Cornell Lab

Get tips for how to use eBird to jump-start new birding experiences and learn how it is being used to transform our collective understanding of birds.
Discover tools that help you find birds wherever you go

BirdWatching - Your source for becoming a better birder

Your source for becoming a better birder

Bird Watcher's Digest: Home » Bird Watcher's Digest

Visit Bird Watcher's Digest.com for information on bird identification, hummingbirds, bird feeding, bird watching tips, and more!

Birds.com: Discover and Learn about Birds | Discover and Learn about Birds

Started more than 25 years ago, this site was one of the first online communities and websites devoted exclusively to the care, protection and understanding of birds.

Ways to Become a Bird Watching Expert, an Easy Hobby

Bird watching is one of the fastest-growing hobbies in our nation. Fifty million people plan trips each year to watch birds, but you can also be a birder by looking out your window. We have seven tips for those looking for a pastime that requires you to pay almost nothing and do less. Fifty million Americans actually go to the fuss and bother of planning trips to watch wild birds each year, rather than just looking out the window. Suit yourselves, but I’ll enjoy my cup of coffee right here.

Montane Species Irruptonto Great Plains: Fall 2020

The American Birding Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides leadership to birders by increasing their knowledge, skills, and enjoyment of birding.
The American Birding Association represents the North American birding community and supports birders through publications, conferences, workshops, tours, partnerships, and networks.

The ABA’s education programs promote birding skills, ornithological knowledge, and the development of a conservation ethic.

The ABA encourages birders to apply their skills to help conserve birds and their habitats, and we represent the interests of birders in planning and legislative arenas.

Ecobirding – Ornithology

Ecobirding accomplishes several things: it provides income for the local populace, convinces the local and regional authorities, at least, to protect habitats and and thus bird species, and give you the opportunity to see new species and environments.