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Find out if Hoary and Common Redpolls are different species; learn all about how Laysan Albatross dance and "cool" nests; read about Team Sapsucker's Big Day plans; and more.
Submit at least 20 complete checklists that contain one or more species of diurnal raptor and you could win a pair of Zeiss Conquest HD 8×42 binoculars.
The Cornell Lab’s is going global for its 2015 annual “Big Day” conservation fundraiser; with your help, we aim to tally 4,000 bird species in a single day and to raise $500,000 for conservation.
Find out more about our six-part series of raptor ID webinars. You can register for live webinars or access archives for ones you miss.
The Cornell Lab's 3.000 square foot Wall of Birds mural project is designed as a tribute to the 375-million-year evolutionary history of birds and to the more than 10,000 species alive now.
A campaign backed by the Boreal Songbird Initiative, Ducks Unlimited, Cornell Lab, and others urges protection of our continent's "bird nursery."
A fun video that breaks down the bill snaps, head tucks, and "sky moos" of the Laysan Albatross courtship dance, all of which help establish and strengthen pair bonds.
Read about which avian architects the Lab's Citizen Science team nominated as having five of the most interesting nests in North America.
All About Birds Biology new interactive feature focuses on what makes male birds so fancy.
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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