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Learn how to identify a mystery sound; find out about gardening for wildlife; watch artist Jane Kim discuss her ambitious mural on the walls of the Cornell Lab’s Visitor Center; and more.
Check out the new version of our All About Birds website, designed to make content from all of our Cornell Lab projects more accessible on all devices.
Enter at least 31 eBird checklists in the month of August and you could win a pair of Zeiss Conquest HD 8×42 binoculars.
Join artist Jane Kim and Cornell Lab director John Fitzpatrick, and learn about the painting of the Cornell Lab’s landmark mural, titled From So Simple a Beginning.
Help us celebrate the diversity of birds by telling us which birds on our ambitious mural for the Lab’s Visitor Center are your favorites.
On August 26, join us for a special 90-minute live streaming Q&A webinar with the Dr. Kevin McGowan who welcomes all questions about wild birds.
Send your mystery nature sound to NPR's new series, and experts at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology will identify it for the radio segment.
Need some inspiring design advice for your yard? Submit a photo to Yardmap.
BirdSleuth's Investigating Evidence curriculum is available as a free download. Inspire investigations through outdoor observations and citizen science.
Our Upcoming Bird Festivals and Events webpage can help plan your next birding trip. Look through listings by calendar or on a map, and start planning your road trip right from the page.
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