We use science to understand the world, to find new ways to make conservation work, and to involve people who share our passion.
YardMap is a citizen science project designed to cultivate a richer understanding of bird habitat, for both professional scientists and people concerned with their local environments.
Young birders, join us for one long weekend of total immersion in the world of birds and science July 10-13. Apply by March 15, 2014.
Check out our new albatross bird cam; learn how birds survive in the extreme cold; sign up for our Young Birders Event; join Project FeederWatch; and more.
Five key steps help birds survive in freezing weather.
Researchers with Project SNOWstorm take advantage of this winter's massive Snowy Owl irruption to learn more about these arctic visitors.
Learning bird sounds is probably the single most important skill in moving from beginning birding to intermediate birding. Here are some apps to get you started.
A fun citizen-science project where you tell us what's at your feeders and help us track changes in winter bird populations. Open to all skill levels and abilities.
A Cornell University faculty member discusses eBird's innovations in data gathering and usability for a French radio program (in English).
The MathWorks software provider recently recognized our Bioacoustics Research Program for their innovative analyses that help make sense of "Big Data."
Read about eBird and the citizen scientists—like you, perhaps?—who make it work
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Discover voices of the natural world with our WILDaudio project on YouTube
Browse bird images or contribute your own
Share photos, questions, and comments with a community of people passionate about birds
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