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National, Regional and Other Birding Resources

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Visit the American Birding Association and Birding magazine.

The Birder website has an extensive set of links for ornithology.

The Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology has many opportunities for birders to participate in collecting information for scientific use.

Visit the FatBirder website for extensive coverage of birding worldwide.  This site has information on most countries, as well as all states in the US.  Very extensive list of links and info about birding and birding resources worldwide.  

Lanny Chambers' Hummingbird page has extensive information on these special beauties.

National Audubon Society has a network of local chapters involved in national, regional, and local conservation projects with a focus on bird habitats. Contacting a chapter is also a good way to meet local birders. 

The Birding Pal offers worldwide contacts for traveling birders. Find contact information for birders in 143 countries, states, and provinces or sign up to be a birding pal for your area. 

The Institute for Bird Populations (IBP) is a Californian non-profit organization founded in 1989 to foster a global approach to the study of changes in bird populations. IBP is best known for its Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program, a network of over 500 standardized bird-banding stations throughout the continental U.S. and Canada.

The Patuxent Wildlife Research Center of the U.S. Geological Survey has a wealth of information, pictures, sounds, and data.

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