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Snowy Owls return south this winter; watch a duck's courtship displays; learn winter raptor ID tips; find out about our new Great Horned Owl bird cam; join this year's GBBC; and more.
From February 13-16 more than 100,000 people join the world's biggest bird count. Bird watchers of all ages create a real-time snapshot of where birds are. Come join us!
Project FeederWatch is a fun way to watch birds at your feeders and help scientists. You can also get great tips about bird feeding and feeders, and submit photos for the 2014-15 BirdSpotter photo contest.
Our newest Cornell Lab Bird Cam just went live—Great Horned Owls from Savannah, Georgia. Right now the female is incubating two eggs, which should hatch around the end of January.
Last year’s blizzard of Snowy Owls into the U.S. was epic, an unprecedented irruption. Now some birders are asking, is it happening again?
As winter’s chill sets in, ducks are heating things up. Winter is the season when many ducks pick their mate for the year. Watch our video mash-up of some of the best duck mating behaviors.
Celebrate the centennial of the Cornell Lab with a free digital issue of Living Bird magazine. 100 years ago, the idea of a "laboratory of ornithology" was an experiment; we've come a long way!
The Cornell Lab’s Be a Better Birder online tutorials are full of expert tips and interactive quizzes. Gain an insider’s understanding of key skills birders use to make quick IDs in the field.
On our AllAboutBirds blog, read how the new eBird Targets app can help you find the most wanted birds on your lists.
Our Upcoming Bird Festivals and Events webpage can help plan your next birding trip. Look through listings by calendar or on a map, and start planning your road trip right from the page.
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