Take a Kid Birding!

Fall is a great time to get outdoors.

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What Matters Most?

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Biologist Reports From the Field

The Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey is conducted each spring by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services’ Migratory Bird Program, state wildlife agencies and the Canadian Wildlife Service to estimate the size of breeding waterfowl populations across North America and to evaluate habitat conditions on the breeding grounds. Follow the aerial and ground crew as they survey waterfowl breeding grounds.

Get Outta Here!

June is Great Outdoors Month. Enjoy an early morning bird walk around your neighborhood or a weekend trip to photograph birds on a national wildlife refuge. We've got tips, lists & everything you need to get outside and enjoy our feathered friends.

Make Your Yard Bird-Friendly

As Spring unfolds into summer, you may be planting a flower or vegetabel garden, or just sprucing up your yard. Don't forget about our feathered friends! They need habitat and food sources year-round. Add bird-friendly landscaping, keep feeders ful and clean, and make your yard a better place not just for birds, but for people, too!

Last Updated: June 28, 2019