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Links to bird and conservation related sites:
Massachusetts Young Birders Club
For those of you with children/grandchildren with an interest in birding:The Massachusetts Young Birders Club was recently founded “to unite all of the young birders in Massachusetts and provide them with unique opportunities to further their interests. Field trips are a major part of the club at this point and they serve to connect kids with the same passion.
Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon
The Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon (MABA) is a professional art museum within New England’s largest conservation organization, connecting people and nature through art. It is located at 963 Washington Street, Canton, MA 02021
Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds
talkin' Birds is a live and interactive radio show about wild birds and the beauty of nature -- attracting birds to your back yard, feeding them, and learning more about them. We feature expert guests and contests for prizes like bird feeders and other bird-related items each week
Birds in the news - A listing of bird related news stories from ABCNews.com.
eNature online field guides
A complete guide to over 4,800 North American plants and animals with pictures and sounds and descriptions.
BirdLife International is a global alliance of conservation organisations working together for the world's birds and people .
Massachusetts Birding Web Site (Massbird.Org)
Massbird is a mailing list dedicated to the interchange of wild bird
and birding information relevant to New England, particularly Massachusetts.
Brookline Bird Club
Founded in Brookline, Massachusetts in 1913, the club now has more
than 1300 members nationwide. Membership is open to all who are interested
in birds and nature.
Cape Cod Birding
New England Seabirds
Seabirds and pelagic birding from New England with information on Stellwagen Bank, breeding colonies in Maine and eastern Canada, birding on whale watch boats, and scheduled trips.
Massachusetts Bluebird Association
MBA is composed of people from all walks of life to promote, educate and actively participate in the conservation of the Eastern Bluebird in New England.
Eastern Massachusetts Hawk Watch (EMHW)
EMHW is an all-volunteer, member-based organization whose mission is to promote the study and conservation of hawks locally and on a continental scale by monitoring migration in Massachusetts.
NorthEast Hawk Watch (NEHW)
The NorthEast Hawk Watch (NEHW) is a registered not-for-profit organization established and run by volunteers to increase awareness, appreciation and protection of our daytime birds of prey. We do that primarily by promoting hawk watching, the study of hawk migration, throughout New England, eastern New York, and northeastern New Jersey.
MassWildlife - Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife
MassWildlife is a great source of informstion regarding the state's Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, wildlife management area maps, educational programs, Wildlife Brochures, Pamplets, and books.
Massachusetts Audubon Society
The Massachusetts Audubon Society is the largest conservation organization in New England. Concentrating its efforts in Massachusetts, the Society has protected more than 27,000 acres of conservation land/wildlife habitat, conducts nature education programs for 200,000 children annually, and advocates for sound environmental policies. Massachusetts Audubon is a statewide organization with 36 sanctuaries open to the public. Massachusetts Audubon is independent of National Audubon.
Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences
- Manomet is a non-profit research center committed to maintaining, restoring,
and protecting the diversity and abundance of wild species and natural
system. Manomet believes this can only be achieved through development
of socio-economic systems that equitably and sustainably meet the needs
of humans. To reach this goal, citizens, policy makers, scientists, and
businesses must work together to conserve natural resources, build a compatible,
thriving economy, and find our common ground. Manomet brings its scientific
expertise to bear in reaching these goals.
Trustees of Reservations
- Our mission includes protecting private landscapes through the use of perpetual conservation restrictions, and we frequently collaborate with other groups and government agencies that share our mission. We also offer expert assistance and advice on conservation and preservation techniques to individuals and organizations.
American Birding Association
North America's largest membership organization for active birders --
providing leadership to field birders by increasing their knowledge, skills,
and enjoyment of birding, and by contributing to bird conservation.Organization for the Study, Appreciation and Conservation of Birds.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
- Organization for the Study, Appreciation and Conservation of Birds.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a membership institute dedicated to the
study, appreciation, and conservation of birds including public projects
for citizen scientists, scientific studies and initiatives can join.
Bird Monitoring - Nationwide Birdwatching/Study Projects
Endangered Species Program
- Protecting endangered and threatened species and restoring them to
a secure status in the wild is the primary objective of the endangered
species program of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an agency of the
Department of the Interior.
BIRDNET-The Ornithological Information Source
The Virtual Birder(sm) - Birdwatching without leaving your chair!
Visual Resources for Ornithology (VIREO)
VIREO, the world's most comprehensive collection of bird photographs, includes over 85,000 photographs of 5732 species of birds. VIREO was established in 1979 to create a centralized, well curated collection of bird photographs accessible for scientific and public use. VIREO makes hotographs available to a wide spectrum of users.
Birder Home Page
While you are waiting for the birds try looking for these:
Odes - Odes News
Ode News is an occasional newsletter about dragonflies and damselflies
on Cape Cod.
Massachusetts Butterfly Club
Snakes of Massachusetts
Boston Mycological Club
The oldest of its kind in the United States, was organized in 1895 to study mushrooms and other fungi, both edible and poisonous, to collect and spread information concerning them, and to arouse interest by exhibitions, lectures, and publications.
Birds of the World on Postage Stamps
Bird Related Links
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Last updated January 28, 2015
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