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Searchable site provides conservation news, species profiles, related links, and an education section for teachers and students.
|American Ornithologists' Union|
Contains information about membership, upcoming meetings, awards, a variety of publications. Offers access to a checklist for birds of North America; preliminary classification of the bird species of South America.
Provides news; information; data about bird species and important bird areas throughout the world; case studies; and reports.
|Canadian Peregrine Foundation|
Information about peregrine biology, photos, nest site reports, news, Web cams, and sponsorship information.
|Cornell Lab of Ornithology|
Features a bird guide with photos, songs and calls; range maps; information on reproduction, behavior, habitat; instructions for identifying birds; where to go birding; and how to report observations.
Illustrations in the first edition of "The Birds of America" (1827-1838), a brief biography of Audubon. Available in French and English.
|International Crane Foundation|
Provides information about the organization, photos, range maps, and information about all 15 types of crane.
Includes biological and ecological information about the bird, including its life cycle and threats to its survival.
|New Zealand Birds|
Includes information about various species, drawings and illustrations, checklists, Maori myths, a list of collective nouns for birds, sites for bird watching in New Zealand.
|New Zealand Penguins|
Provides natural history information for seven penguin species; lists locations for viewing both wild and captive penguins around the world; details penguin threats and conservation.
Nonprofit organization that shows birds safe migratory routes. Includes photo and field journals and video clips of their work with Canada geese, Sandhill cranes, and whooping cranes.
Field guide for many species of owls with profiles that include range maps, and information about feeding habits, breeding, life span, habitat, measurements, and more. Includes photos, sound files, field notes, video clips.
Organization dedicated to saving the peregrine falcon from extinction. Includes news, information about the organization, projects.
International medical facility for birds of prey, whose mission is to preserve biological diversity among raptors and other avian species through medical treatment, scientific investigation, education, and management of wild populations.
|Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group|
Contains information on the basic biology and behavior of birds of prey. Includes photographs, and fact sheets on the peregrine falcon, bald eagle, golden eagle, and prairie falcon.
Interactive field guide based on the field and behavior books by David Sibley.
|American Bald Eagle Information|
Information about the American bald eagle including history, migration, feeding habits, where to view. Greeting cards and screen savers.
|AviBase: The World Bird Database|
Contains information about all birds of the world, about 10,000 species and 22,000 subspecies of birds. Includes distribution information, taxonomy, synonyms in several languages.
|Berkshire Bird Paradise Sanctuary|
A bird sanctuary for wounded and unwanted birds with over 2000 residents, including 22 eagles and perigrine falcons.
Information about wild birds with photos and natural history of species found in the lower 48 states, bird watching tips, guide to photographing birds, glossary, listing of state birds for all 50 states.
|Birdhouse Network, The|
Information on bird houses, including construction plans and where to put the houses once finished.
|Birds of Prey|
Information and photos of birds of prey with a glossary and identification help section.
|Complete Morris's British Birds 1891|
A scanned version of the 1891 Morris's British Birds, arranged alphabetically. Each entry has some information and a large Morris print.
Online companion to a documentary from PBS. Includes video clips, interview with the editor of American Falconry magazine, games, teachers' guide.
|Falconer's Memoir, A|
Focuses on the sport of falconry, providing a timeline of its history.
Companion site to the PBS program on the recovery of the whooping crane population.
|Index to Ornithology|
Information and links about wild birds, birds in zoos and backyards, birdwatching, endangered and extinct birds, careers in ornithology, ornithologists, texts of lectures by the site author.
Dedicated to children, wanting to learn about birds, their topography, nests, beaks and more. Especially noteworthy is the pellet dissection section.
|Life of Birds|
Information about bird intelligence, evolution, habits, and bird songs.
|Nest Box, The|
Includes nature photos and information about birds and butterflies, along with field birding expedition notes, diaries, and galleries.
|Ornithological Worldwide (OWL)|
Index of citations and abstracts pertaining to the field of ornithology. Contains coverage of "grey" literature not covered by commercial databases.
|Peregrine Falcon Home Page|
Includes observations and photographs of peregrine falcans.
|Pete & Barb's Penguin Pages|
Contains information about penguins, links to good penguin sites, educational ideas and resources, photos. Created by two amateur British penguinologists.
Subject directory devoted to pigeons.
|Raptor Resource Project|
Webcam images from inside the nests of peregrine falcons, ospreys, eagles, and owls.
|State of the Birds|
Annual reports on status of birds and the environment in North America. Reports on bird populations in United States, distribution of birds on public lands, bird habitat and other conservation needs, and effects of
|Tricolored Blackbird Portal|
Includes basic natural history and conservation information; access to reports, images and videos; links to tricolors in the news; summaries of past and current research and monitoring efforts.
|Wisconsin Falcon Watch|
Information about falcons and their recovery status especially in Wisconsin.