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         Birds:     more books (100)
  1. Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott, 1995-09-01
  2. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou, 2009-04-21
  3. The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle: A Novel by Haruki Murakami, 1998-09-01
  4. The Billionaire Next Door (Silhouette Special Edition) by Jessica Bird, 2007-08-01
  5. The Stokes Field Guide to the Birds of North America by Donald Stokes, Lillian Stokes, 2010-10-25
  6. Birds Without Wings by Louis de Bernières, 2005-06-28
  7. Bird Songs: 250 North American Birds in Song by Les Beletsky, 2006-09-21
  8. The Thorn Birds: A Novel by Colleen Mccullough, 2010-05-01
  9. Gooney Bird Greene by Lois Lowry, 2004-03-09
  10. A Man In A Million (Silhouette Special Edition) by Jessica Bird, 2007-01-01
  11. National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America, Fifth Edition by Jon L. Dunn, Jonathan Alderfer, 2006-11-07
  12. Black Bird, Vol. 6 by Kanoko Sakurakoji, 2010-10-05
  13. The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America by David Allen Sibley, Rick Cech, 2003-04-29
  14. His Comfort and Joy (Moorehouse Legacy) (Silhouette Special Edition, No. 1732) by Jessica Bird, 2006-01-01

1. The Royal Society For The Protection Of Birds
Wild birds Unlimited is the first and largest franchise system of retail stores catering to the backyard bird feeding hobbyist.
Your interests
Birdwatch Cam 2
Other webcams
Vane Farm, Loch Leven NNR, Perth and Kinross
This is one of the most popular RSPB nature reserves in Scotland. The visitor centre overlooks...
Other reserves
RSPB Weymouth Reserves Radipole Lake and Lodmoor Reserves, Weymouth
Sunday, 23rd March 2003
Time: 10:30
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds works for a healthy environment rich in birds and wildlife; it depends on the support and generosity of others to make a difference.
Welcome to the RSPB
Unacceptable threat to Cliffe continues
Despite the overwhelming case against it, the option of a new airport at Cliffe is included in the Government’s revised consultation on the future of air transport, being issued this morning (27 February).
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Gardens ...
The world's biggest birdwatch
The RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch is the world's biggest birdwatch.
Also in Gardens

2. Birds Australia / RAOU Home (our Nest)
Australia is a partner organisation of BirdLife International. birds Australia Nest © birds Australia / RAOU 19952003.
of events
quick menu AOC 2003 Atlas Aust. Bird Count BA Offices Bequests Birds in Backyards Birding Shop Birdlife Links birdSearch Birds on Farms Calendar Calls Checklist Email Emu Endangered Birds Gluepot HANZAB Interest groups Links Membership Newhaven Observatories Postgrad. funding RACC Regional groups Remnants Sightings T.B.N Threatened Birds Volunteering Wingspan about birds watch birds help birds study birds ... Newhaven landscape by Mike Gillam Birds Australia
Striated Grasswren Peter Marsack from HANZAB Vol. 5
Birds Australia is a partner organisation of BirdLife International
Birds Australia Nest Birds Australia / RAOU 1995-2003. Hosted by VicNet
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3. The Life Of Birds
Listen to bird songs, and learn about bird evolution, intelligence and parenting behaviors.


4. Wild Birds Unlimited - Backyard Bird Feeding, Bird Feeders, Retail Franchise
System of retail stores catering to the backyard birdfeeding hobbyist. Store locator, bird feeder webcam, and educational resources.

Shop Online Bird FeederCam Retail Locations ... Ask The Expert
Birds work “overtime” in spring

Defending a territory. Finding a mate. Building a nest. It’s all in a day’s work for birds this time of year, and it’s enough to wear them out! Nest building is the most time-consuming and energy-depleting task most birds take on this time of year. Give your backyard birds a helping hand this spring by keeping your feeders full and making sure you have a good supply of fresh water. Your birds will treat you to the joys of watching their young learn to fly and feed at your feeders! Find feeders, nesting boxes, birdbaths and all your backyard bird feeding hobby supplies and nature gifts at the Wild Birds Unlimited store nearest you . An Eastern Bluebird is shown here.
The National Wildlife Refuges celebrates 100th year!
Pelican Island, Florida
(shown here) was named the
first National Wildlife Refuge 100 years ago.
Click here for more information

Who is Wild Birds Unlimited?

5. The Birds Of North America
Magazine for those interested in the natural world, particularly birds. With "Ask an Expert" forum.
What is BNA?
Sample Profiles

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Key Features ... Bird facts Subscription Specials! Bird Clubs Libraries Individuals Single species profiles ... Librarian Survey Birds of North America,Inc 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy Philadelphia PA 19103-1195 Phone:215/567-1170 Fax:215/299-1182 American Ornithologists' Union Cornell Lab of Ornithology Academy of Natural Sciences Birding on the Web B irds of N orth A merica Life Histories for the 21st Century The acclaimed standard reference on North American birds. In two centuries of American ornithology, only three comprehensive references have been completed on North American birds. The most recent of these, A.C. Bent's Life Histories of North American Birds, was begun in 1912, and is now out of date. Now, at long last, a modern reference series is here. The Birds of North America, supported by The American Ornithologists' Union, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, provides a detailed scientific account of each of the more than 700 species nesting in the 50 United States and Canada. Each species profile, written by a leading expert or group of experts on that species, includes:

6. Electronic Zoo / NetVet Veterinary Resources - Bird Sites
birds. Poultry. Pet birds. Other birds. Commercial
Poultry Pet Birds Other Birds Commercial Poultry Pet Birds Other Birds Commercial Select Another Species General Animal Sites Amphibians Birds Cats Cows Dogs Ferrets Fish Horses Invertebrates Marine Pigs Primates Rabbits Reptiles Rodents Small Ruminants Wildlife Zoo Animals Fictional Images Sounds Return to: 1994-98, Ken Boschert, DVM

7. An Avian Resource - HotSpot For Birds
Reference section has many informative articles on the health and safety of birds.
Come on in.
HotSpot for Birds is an award-winning family-friendly avian mall and a reference center. Our mall carries products for the care and enjoyment of birds. Our reference center contains many informative articles intended to help keep your bird safe and healthy. Join our mailing list and be notified of new articles and products. Shopping
Click here for our current inventory of birds. In addition to our African Greys, Cockatoos, Macaws and similiar parrots, we currently have rare baby Keel Billed Toucans and a proven pair of Kookaburras . Click here for photos of some of our other birds. We can ship parrots and other exotic birds anywhere within the United States, weather permitting.
The Rat Zapper
Here is a safe, humane, non-poisonous way to protect your aviary from from rats and mice. The Rat Zapper will also help protect you and your family from the dangers of Hantavirus and other rodent-spread diseases.
Brooders and Incubators
Free Shipping! Take care of your birds and eggs with selected brooders and incubators from Lyon Electric Company. We carry the Animal Intensive Care Units (AICU) and the Turn-X incubators.

8. Birds2grow Aviarys - Avian Products From Around The World
Supplements, seed, medications, breeder software, insect foods, open leg bands and perches. Also various articles on bird care.
Birds 2 Grow Bird Supply
dedicated to your bird's health and nutrition. Home Products Articles Mailing list ... Contact us
Birds 2 Grow was founded on a desire to find the very best Avian Supplies and pet bird products for our own exotic bird flock. We have used these products on our own birds and are convinced they represent the finest bird products available. Most of our avian products are imported by us from overseas. If you have questions about any of the pet bird products we offer, drop us a line and we will do our best to answer your questions. Be sure to also visit our Avian Articles to learn more about General Pet Bird care, Avian Nutrition, Pet bird health issues, Bird breeding issues and more. We add new articles regularly, so be sure to check back often. Complete list of products Supplements
Supplements for all birds

Grits and cuttlebones

Specialty feeds Help for Sick birds


Parasite Controls

First Aid
Help for breeding birds
Special Supplements for breeding birds

Breeding and nesting supplies
Hand rearing supplies Bird Bands ...
Cleaners/Disinfectants Cages and cage accessories Cages and cage fronts Seed and water cups Perches, baths and more

9. The National Birds Of Prey Centre
Probably the most significant collection of birds of Prey in the world, with around 300 birds of prey and owls. Leading the world in captive breeding, having bred 50 species so far.
The National Birds of Pre y Centre from the air - 2002 Important Notice For anyone who is considering visiting the Centre – this is your last year (2003) to do so in its present location. The bulk of the National Birds of Prey Centre is relocating to the US at the end of this year. We have been offered the chance of joining with another group and extending the work that we have done here for the last 36 years. This opportunity is too good to lose. However – we shall be open as usual for this coming season – seven days a week until October 31 st It is planned that a smaller part of the National Birds of Prey Centre will remain and continue on with the courses, the experience days, the owl evenings and the work of the National Birds of Prey Trust. For further information see the pages on the move, which will be written and updated over the coming months. So one and all, this really is an opportunity not to be missed. This is your last chance to see this collection of birds in the setting of the Gloucestershire countryside that it has enjoyed for so long. Next year if you want to see this collection you will have to come to South Carolina which is a little further to go!

10. Cornell Lab Of Ornithology
Membership institute whose mission is to interpret and conserve the earth's biodiversity through research Category Science Biology Zoology Chordates Ornithology...... Do You eBird? Report and track birds anywhere, anytime! Check out eBird »The Johnson Center. Take a Peek! Read more ». birds in the Headlines.
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We appreciate your participation in this year's count. Now see the results!
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Report and track birds anywhere, anytime!
Take a Peek!
We're in our new building!

11. Where Do You Want To Go Birding Today?
Information about birds and birding around the world. Endemic and specialty bird information for many countries; photographs and links to checklists.
Website Trivia
This website contains information on birding in 203 countries, 10 provinces and 3 territories of Canada, and all 50 US states plus Washington, D.C. 279 photographers and organizations have provided permission to showcase their work on this site. The site contains images of over 3,300 bird species. According to Xenu Link Checker, there are 9,136 links on this site. About 2,200 birders per day are visiting the site, accessing over 130,000 pages per month.
Birding Hotspots Around
the World
Our birds are in real trouble!
Click here
to find out more!
The links on this site go directly to information on specific birding hotspots around the world, local site guides, etc. Although these links can't replace knowing a fellow birder in the location you're going, they can certainly help! These pages hold photos of bird specialities from each specific location. These photos are . Please contact the photographers to use any of these photos. Things to Look For
If you can't identify the bird, just pause your
cursor on the photo for the species name.

12. Project FeederWatch Home Page
Frequently Asked Questions. Automatic Login Name and password reminder. Top25 Feeder birds. Species Maps. Participants' Corner. Ambassadors. Media Corner.
To Sign-up for Project FeederWatch: Current FeederWatchers May Submit Data Online: Frequently Asked Questions Automatic Login Name and password reminder Top 25 Feeder Birds Species Maps Participants' Corner Ambassadors ... Media Corner Subscribe to
FeederWatch e-News,
our electronic newsletter Enter your name
Your full e-mail address:
e.g.: Season wrap-up Another FeederWatch season is almost over. April 4 will be the last day to count birds for FeederWatch this year. We are now taking sign-ups for the 2003-2004 FeederWatch season. Where are the winter finches this year? Through early January, sightings of many finch species, such as redpolls and crossbills, have been rare in much of the lower 48 states. Other finches, such as Pine Siskins, are present in much of the west, but largely absent from the east. Learn more about where the winter finches are this year.

13. Cage Birds Index
General information on finches, canaries, budgies, cockatiels, and lovebirds, diseases and harmful plants.
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Welcome to Cage Birds!
European Goldfinches courtesy of Daniel Maldonado What is a bird?
Birds are defined as homeothermic (warm-blooded) vertebrates with two pairs of limbs based on a pentadactyl pattern. The front limbs are modified to form wings. The body is covered by feathers except over the legs and feet, where reptilian type scales exist, and over the face which is often ornamental skin. What is a bird? Birds are my companions and my friends. I wake to their songs and their chattering each morning and many days they give me the strength and the reason to get out of bed and carry on with my day. They have taught me about love and bonding and have taught me how to play again. Birds, whether my own companion birds, or the hummingbirds I see outside my window, allow me to communicate with other peopleand make new friends in a way I could not do before.
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14. Birds-Zoom School-Enchanted Learning Software
Learn how birds evolved and discover the characteristics that make them unique. Find out more about Category Kids and Teens School Time Living Things Animals birds......birds at Zoom School is devoted to birds, bird evolution, fossils, songs, birdwatching, backyard birding, bird jokes, bird stamps, bird origami, bird songs
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Birds are warm-blooded vertebrate animals that have wings, feathers, a beak, no teeth, a strong, hollow skeleton, and bear their young in hard-shelled eggs BIRD EVOLUTION
Birds probably evolved from the dinosaurs
The Archaeopteryx is a very early bird, now extinct. Bird fossils are rare because bird bones are hollow and fragile.
Most birds can fly , some swim , and some do both. Many species of birds migrate seasonally. BIRD SONGS
Bird songs are distinctive and varied. Many Songbirds are becoming rare. CLASSIFICATION
Birds belong to the biological class Aves and live virtually everywhere on Earth . There are about 9,000 different species of birds, divided into about 25 orders.
Ornithology is the study of birds. BIRD FOOD
Birds spend most of their time looking for food. They use their beaks to catch bugs , worms , small mammals , fish , fruit , or nectar . Birds play an important part in the control of insects, the dispersal of seeds and the pollination of flowering plants BIRDS AS SYMBOLS
Learn about birds as symbols MISCELLANEOUS
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15. Bird Printouts -
birds to label birds and Bird Terms Label the birds (and related terms), includingfeather, wing, nest, egg, beak, penguin, pigeon, eagle, hummingbird, and is a user-supported site. Click here to learn more.
Bird Theme Page
All About Birds
Bird Printouts
Bird Crafts
African Gray Parrot
The African Gray Parrot is an intelligent, talkative bird.
African Penguin
A small penguin from off the coast of southern Africa.
American Crow
The American Crow is a common bird in North America.
American Flamingo
The American Flamingo is a pink bird that eats with its head upside down. American Golden Plover The American Golden Plover is a medium-sized shorebird. American Robin The American Robin is a widespread songbird with a red-orange chest. American Tree Sparrow The American Tree Sparrow is a long-tailed songbird with a red crown. Archaeopteryx Archaeopteryx is the earliest-known bird. Jan. 18, 2000 Arctic Tern A small bird that flies from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back again each year. Bald Eagle The bald eagle is a large bird of prey and a symbol of the USA. Bald Eagle (Simple version) The bald eagle is a large bird of prey. It is the symbol of the USA. Bird External Anatomy Label Me! Printout

16. Pet Bird By Up At Six Aviaries
Find a breeder or a bird for sale, ask the experts a question, contact bird associations and product suppliers, or just have some fun. rec.pets.birds FAQ Frequently Asked Questions.

17. BirdsnWays Guide To Pet Birds, Parrots & Exotic Birds Care & Breeding. Breeders,
Articles on parrot information, including species profiles, toy making, diseases, nutrition, and breeding Category Recreation Pets birds Species Parrots......Guide to pet parrots exotic birds care and breeding. Classified ads chats,etc. Complete Guide to Pet birds, Pet Parrots Exotic birds.
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18. A2Z Of Pets
Health and care information for cats, dogs, fish and birds as well as inspirational pet stories.

19. "Birds Of Prey" (2002)
Cast, crew, and production information.

20. Birds Of Japan And Asia
Reports, checklists, resources, and links.
Birds of Japan and Asia
These pages collect lots of different data collected by lots of people. A number of them still subscribes to the Kantori mailing list. I found birdwatching in Japan a refreshing experience. Basically I had to start all over again. Not only there were lots of new species, but also what might have been familiar was sometimes replaced by a confusingly different subspecies. Up to date information was and is hard to obtain because of unfamiliarity with the japanese language. On this homepage you will find pointers to useful information on birdwatching in Japan. You will also find here records of bird observations of me and some of my friends and fellow birders. The title of this homepage is happily borrowed from my very first fieldguide: Birds of Britain and Europe.
Books and CD's for birding in Japan.
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