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10 a.m. –4 p.m.
Trails open dawn to dusk
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Science & Innovation
We reveal how nature works
We bring together scientists, students, and people from all walks of life in the quest to generate new knowledge and conserve our shared natural world. You can help.
What you can do
Lifelong Learning and Citizen Science
- Project FeederWatchEnjoy birds at your feeder and share your observations
- Celebrate Urban BirdsConnect with birds in your community with science, art, & events
- Student ResourcesMerge your passion for birds with studies in any field
- Young Birders NetworkConnect with other young birders
Begin your journey here. Choose a project to match your interests.
We open doors to the natural world
Help us foster inquiry and learning, starting with the earliest ages and lasting a lifetime. We’re dedicated to inspiring new science and conservation leaders.
We transform science into action
In service to the natural world, we work with communities around the globe to inspire and inform conservation. Your support helps us find solutions for a sustainable planet alive with the beauty of birds–where together humans and wildlife can thrive.
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Photo credits: Cliff Swallow by Gavin McKinnon/Macaulay Library; Golden-fronted Woodpecker by Marcy Barbosa/BirdSpotter; Tree Swallow by Marie Read; Calliope Hummingbird by Marya Moosman/Macaulay Library; Cornell Botanical Gardens by Justin Muir; Gunnison Sage-Grouse by Gerrit Vyn.