Our family feeds birds. We learn by our own practices and from other experts in the field. Here are some of our favorite bird feeding resources for information about birds: feeding birds, birding, bird songs.
Nature’s Window Bird Preference Chart
The Cornell Lab Bird Academy offers as wealth of knowledge. There are loads of free interactive features that can help you deepen your birding expertise.
From migration forecasts to bird IDs to feeder and nest watches, this website has quality information for everyone from novice and advanced birders.
The Audubon Society Plants for Birds is an easy to use tool that helps identify plants for supporting native species of birds in your backyard.
The Audubon Society Backyard Birding site is both beautiful and informative. Very nice articles about feeding birds, planting a bird-friendly garden, ID-ing yard birds and fun activities.
Xeno-canto.org is an incredible collaborative website that allows birders and scientists (and anyone, really) to upload bird songs and tag their location. Explore bird songs by region or taxonomy, engage in the forum, or help identify mystery recordings.
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