Take a Kid Birding!

Fall is a great time to get outdoors.

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What Matters Most?

Migratory bird resources just for you: I am
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Havens for Birds and People

National wildlife refuges are great places to see birds and other wildlife any time of year. Oct. 14-20 is National Wildlife Refuge Week - why not celebrate by heading out to a refuge near you.

Waterfowl Hunters, We Need You!

We use data from the Migratory Bird Hunter Survey & Parts Collection Survey to monitor migratory game bird harvest. Hunters, thank you for participating each year! If you need additional or replacement diary forms or wing envelopes, we are happy to send them.

Country Birds, City Birds

Cities and suburbs are home to many bird species. That means if you live in an urban area, you don't need to go far to see birds. Over 2 dozen U.S. cities participate in the Urban Bird Treaty program, which supports city partners in conserving birds and their habitats and providing opportunities for citizen engagement in bird-related recreation, education and conservation activities.

Last Updated: October 17, 2018