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Bird Migrations for our Bird Study

Boreal Bird Migration Billion Birds Fly from Canada's Boreal Forest to the Americas Each Year)

Find Citizen Science Projects through the Cornell Lab of Ornithology... then take part!

Find Citizen Science Projects through the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

The NC Birding Trail links bird-watching sites, nature enthusiasts, & local businesses

Home of the North Carolina Birding Trail

Owls!

Burrowing Owl Video from Cornell Lab of Ornithology

maps of the imagination

Celebrate a world of natural wonder through a rainbow of delightful butterflies with the classic original Butterfly Migration art map from ImagineNations™. Each authentic ImagineNations™ canvas art map is printed, signed, numbered by Wendy Gold.

The Harvard Museum of Natural History recently opened an exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the bird's extinction, in hopes of reminding the public of this cautionary tale.

100 Years Later: Remembering the Passenger Pigeon

Birds of North Carolina

All of the bird species recorded in NC, their distribution in the state; their relative abundance in each region;

Purple Martin in Vermont (taken during the June 2012 purple martin nesting survey, we think)

Purple Martin in Vermont (taken during the June 2012 purple martin nesting survey, we think)

Evening Grosbeak is the American Birding Association's Bird of the Year for 2012

Evening Grosbeak is the American Birding Association's Bird of the Year for 2012

Vibrant Maps Beautifully Visualize the Feather-Like Flow of Rivers Across the World - My Modern Met

Mesmerizing Migration: Watch 118 Bird Species Migrate Across a Map of the Western Hemisphere / The Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Mesmerizing Migration: Watch 118 Bird Species Migrate Across a Map of the Western Hemisphere

animated map of 118 different bird species migrating in broad unison, and patterns of 118 bird species in the Western Hemisphere (each dot represents a unique bird species), was created and by a team of scientists at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

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