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Local, Regional, and Texas Birding Links:

 


National, International, General Birding Links:

  • American Birding Association: North America's largest membership organization for active birders sponsors tours and conventions, publishes an excellent magazine and newsletter, plus ABA Sales catalog and more. ABA's Code of Ethics is recommended reading for all active birders. 

  • BirdSource: sponsored by National Audubon and Cornell Lab of Ornithology, offers Christmas Bird Count and Project Feeder Watch data, plus bird population maps, bird ID info and much more. 

  • US National Wildlife Refuges accessible to the public.

  • National Wildlife Federation's eNature.com: offers online field guides and more.

  • National Audubon Society: local chapters, sanctuaries, nature centers, How to identify an Ivory-billed Woodpecker, etc.

  • E-mail listservs hosted by National Audubon Society.

  • Jack Siler's Birding on the Net: rare bird alerts and other links.

  • SurfBirds: lots of resources for traveling birders plus bird photo gallery and sketchbooks.

  • The Virtual Birder: online magazine for birders, has rare bird alert reports and other resources for traveling birders.

  • WildBirds.com: Birding around your yard and around the world.

  • Thayer Birding Software's Birding.com: answers your birding questions.

  • Bird Checklists of the United States from the Flying Emu or from the USGS.

  • American Bird Conservancy hosts the Cats Indoors page.

  • Birdwatching Guide is a general guide to birdwatching and LOTS of other links.

 

Miscellaneous