The Wall of Birds is a cool interactive project from Cornell’s Bird Academy. It features a bird from each taxonomic family (243) and each is located where they can be found over the globe. “Explore the diversity and evolution of birds with this web interactive based on the Wall of Birds mural. Envisioned by Cornell
A release from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. They are in need of more FeederWatchers. It is a fun way for birders and casual nature lovers to help through citizen science. Check it out! From Cornell Lab of Ornithology: Ithaca, NY—When thousands of Americans begin tallying birds at their backyard feeders next month for Project
We have recently enrolled in an eCornell course called “Courtship and Rivalry in Birds“. This is a 5-week course and here is a recap of the first module/week of this course. The course begins with a calm, relaxed pace with step-by-step details on what to expect and how to benefit fully. Included with the course
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is making huge leaps into improving and enhancing their website to better serve the birding community. This is great news for bird marketers because the Lab is an amazing resource when talking about birds. The Lab is asking for feedback on the planned changes for their All About Birds section.
The American Bird Conservancy is a treasure trove of bird conservation information. While the ABC website is a great place to browse, there are two ways to stay up on important bird conservation news. One, you can subscribe to the free newsletter, Birdwire. Two, you can subscribe to the Bird News Network. The American Bird
All over the world there are great places to go birding. Some are thousands of acres of pristine habitat while others are little nooks where industrious birds find safety and thrive. Do you have a special “Little Green Place” that is worthy of getting the attention it deserves? The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has a
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology Handbook of Bird Biology is massive in size and information. Thus, we’ve decided to break down the review of it into two equal parts. This is part 2 of 2. See part one After making our way through 5 chapters (and a supplemental one), the final 5 chapters are equally
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology Handbook of Bird Biology is massive in size and information. Thus, we’ve decided to break down the review of it into two equal parts. This is part 1 of 2. With eleven fully-loaded chapters of bird biology, birding information, conservation, and more, the Handbook of Bird Biology is indeed a