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Count the number of birds you see, submit at least 31 complete checklists, and you could win a pair of Zeiss Conquest HD 8×42 binoculars.
Our newest nest camera features hummingbirds enjoying feeders in West Texas. Can you spot all 12 species?
Now's your chance to learn more about birds: join Understanding Bird Behavior, an hour live webinar, and Courtship & Rivalry in Birds, a self-paced 5-week course.
The massive meteor strike that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago may have sparked a rapid evolution of bird species.
Featuring an important deadline for sage-grouse in the West; get your latest migration forecast; watch our latest Bird Cam; sponsor a bird on our mural project; and more.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service must decide this month whether to put the Greater Sage-Grouse on the Endangered Species List. Would listing the bird be good or bad?
Enjoy counting birds this winter and help scientists understand more about bird populations across North America.
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.
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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