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A group of blind birders are using their hearing to explore the woods and the spring birds of Michigan. Includes an audio quiz with sounds from the Cornell Lab's Macaulay Library.
Prizewinning nests are all around you, a new North American record, herons hatching, Bird Friendly coffee, and more.
Our BirdCast project combines weather data, radar, and observations to make predictions about when and where you're likely to find migrants this spring. Check the site each week for tips on what to look for.
Ever been stumped by a streaky brown finch at your feeder? The three red finches—House, Purple, and Cassin's—can cause a lot of confusion, but our in-depth guide will help you sort them out
Read about the plight of the Gunnison Sage-Grouse in our director's New York Times op-ed.
A new museum exhibit at the New-York Historical Society showcases rare artwork of John James Audubon, complemented by birdsong from our Macaulay Library. Open through mid-May.
Explore free downloadable educator resources drawn from our spectacular Birds-of-Paradise Project
There's a reason why male cardinals wear such vivid plumage all year long.
Parlez-vous français? Lab scientist André Dhondt discusses the Macaulay Library's 150,000-song online archive with Radio Canada
You can now watch eBird submissions come in from bird watchers all around the globe, in real time
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Discover voices of the natural world with our WILDaudio project on YouTube
Browse bird images or contribute your own
Share photos, questions, and comments with a community of people passionate about birds
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