GlobalETA*'s list of birding resources. Your favorite not included? Let me know so I can add it!
- Birding Bob - guided bird walks led each week in New York City's Central Park by Dr. Robert "Birding Bob" DeCandido
- Birding in Portugal
- BirdLife International is the world’s largest nature conservation partnership. Together there are 119 BirdLife Partners worldwide – one per country or territory – and growing.
- For over a quarter-century, BirdWatching has been North America’s premier magazine about wild birds and birding.
- The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has a Great Horned Owl cam as well as a Red-Tailed Hawk cam, Hellgate Osprey cam, pond cams, and more! SO. COOL.
- Cranes, Agriculture and Climate Change - e-book edited by James Harris (2012)
- Cranes of the World by Paul Johnsgard - e-book available via University of Nebraska
- Dan Tallman's Ornithology Course originated from lecture notes that he developed over the years. Tallman has retired from teaching but offers the course in this blog format, as a free, non-credit, self-study exercise.
- A real-time, online checklist program, eBird has revolutionized the way that the birding community reports and accesses information about birds. Launched in 2002 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society, eBird provides rich data sources for basic information on bird abundance and distribution at a variety of spatial and temporal scales.
- Eurasian Cranes and Climate Change - e-book edited by Miriam M. Hansbauer, Zsolt Vegvari, and James Haarris (2014)
- Fatbirder is the premier birders' web resource about birds, birding, birdwatching & birding software.
- The Global Raptor Information Network (“GRIN”) is designed to provide information on diurnal raptors (hawks, eagles, and falcons) and to facilitate communication between raptor researchers and organizations interested in the conservation of these species.
- The Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail (GFBWT) is a 2,000-mile, self-guided highway trail that connects and unifies 515 birding and wildlife viewing sites throughout Florida.
- How to Begin Birding - from Audubon
- Guide to the Idaho Birding Trail
- The International Crane Foundation works worldwide to conserve cranes and the ecosystems, watersheds, and flyways on which they depend. Check out their Digital Bookshelf.
- The Louis Agassiz Fuertes Illustration Collection, held by Cornell University, contains a large collection of his bird illustrations, as well as his personal papers. You will find a database with 2500 of these illustrations, as well as an exhibit based on the journal he kept during the 1899 Harriman Alaska expedition.
- The Multilingual Birdsearch Engine provides search and translation of more than 10400 bird species in 20+ languages.
- The mission of the National Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.
- Nebraska Birding Trails - Promoting the conservation of Nebraska’s birds and bird habitats through economic development
- Oregon Cascades Birding Trail
- Oregon Coast Birding Trail
- Partners in Flight / Compañeros en Vuelo / Partenaires d’Envol was launched in 1990 in response to growing concerns about declines in the populations of many land bird species.
- The Searchable Ornithological Research Archive (SORA) is the world's first and largest open access ornithological publications archive. SORA is a project of the University of New Mexico Libraries.
- The US Fish and Wildlife Service Migratory Bird Program works with partners to protect, restore and conserve bird populations and their habitats for the benefit of future generations.
- Check out the Washington, DC Bald Eagle nest cam. There are currently two eggs and one should hatch any day!
- xeno-canto is a website dedicated to sharing bird sounds from all over the world.