The BirdSnap app can help amateur ornothologists identify bird species – and even fill you in on similiar ones (and how to tell the difference).
As you make plans for Valentine’s Day, you might want to look to the birds and bees for some inspiration. Head to The Wagner Free Institute of Science for what they’re calling ‘pOrnithology’.
If you’re looking to do something different this President’s Day weekend, the Great Backyard Bird Count may just fit the bill. The four-day count is an exercise in “citizen science.”
The Birds Pro app contains information on 230 species with more than 1,500 pictures and more than 460 calls – and will help you identify birds by size, feathering, beak and geographic location.
The National Audubon Society’s 112th annual Christmas Bird Count is going on now across the country. And, while many people were returning and exchanging unwanted gifts, a group of birding enthusiasts from Moorestown, New Jersey spent the day after Christmas out on the count.
Birders sometimes have to get up pretty early to get a glimpse of their feathered friend, but here’s word of an event for which you can sleep in.
A small conference next Saturday at the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge aims to make a big impact on the complexion of birding.
Lord knows, bird enthusiasts have been waiting quite a while for a flick aimed at their demographic.
On Saturday, the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge will host the annual Cradle of Birding Wildlife and Conservation Festival.