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State and Local Audubon Chapters
ABA Information * ABA News * Bird Sightings from the Hotlines * Conservation and Education
Suggestions of flowering plants to attract hummingbirds to your garden
Adopt-a-Bird at Audubon's Center for Birds of Prey!
Audubon on the Net
Listing of National Audubon net features and services
* Links to environmental sites * Audubon Forums *
Tips for beginners including techniques, equipment, books, and places.
Links to helpful sites for beginning birdwatchers.
A guide to help beginning birders in selecting a useful pair of binoculars by Steve Murano
A general page for birding
Tips on building birdhouses from surprising materials
A great page for accessing bird songs from all over North America
Songs of over 600 North American birds
Sneed Collard YouTube video on tips for beginning birders
Many useful links for kids interested in birdwatching
Breeding bird surveys from 1966-1999
A draft version of the breeding bird surveys from the USGS
North, Central, and South America natural resource protection website for kids and yhoung adults
Conservation and study of Colorado Birds, a great site
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Web site of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Resource protection website for kids and young adults
Current information about the Gunnison Sage Grouse including viewing times and areas
Local GUSG Working Group
Information about the International Migratory Bird Day, which is on the second Saturday of May every year
Local wildlife refuges with excellent birding opportunities.
Very interesting and fun page of information and links about birds, birdwatching, attracting birds, photography, and so much more!
Basic information and biology about the sandhill cranes from the Nebraska Wildlife page
A group formed to conserve the Gunnison Sage-Grouse and its habitat in the San Miguel
An interesting collage of photographs of tail feathers from 60 birds.
Great advice for beginning birders including ethics and how to pick good equipment.
Great website for basic information about birds
And one just for the Beauty of It...