Here are some bird watching links you might enjoy.
North America's largest membership organization for active birders and providing leadership to field birders by increasing their knowledge, skills, and enjoyment of birding, and by contributing to bird conservation.
Large birding resource with information on feeders, equipment, books, birding destinations, bird identification or fund raising ideas.
on the Net
Includes recent postings from the Wisconsin Birding List, a listserv on which birders post their sightings of usual and unusual birds, and discussions of birding-related topics.
Cornell University's Laboratory of Ornithology
A very comprehensive bird-related site that includes Project Feederwatch, EBird, and Great Backyard Bird Count programs, which allow amateur birders to contribute to the scientific study of wild birds.
A comprehensive site with online field guides for birds and many other animals.
Invasive Plants Association of Wisconsin
Invasive, non-native species of plants and animals compete with our native species and cause serious habitat degredation, and threaten Wisconsin’s ecosystems.
Nicolet Breeding Bird
Wisconsin's Nicolet National Forest Bird Survey, the longest running volunteer bird monitoring program in a U.S. National Forest.
Wisconsin Bird Conservation
A cooperative partnership to deliver the full spectrum of bird conservation emphasizing voluntary stewardship.
Perhaps the greatest man-made threat to songbirds is that posed by free-roaming house cats, which are estimated to kill millions of birds each year. For more information, go to: http://www.wisconsinbirds.org/catsbirds.htm
Another major cause of bird deaths is collision with windows. For tips on preventing window collisions, go to:
Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas (WBBA), an on-going project administered by the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology, began in the spring of 1995. The purpose of the WBBA is to provide a permanent record of the bird species breeding in the state.
Wisconsin Society for Ornithology - emphasize all the enjoyment aspects of birding and to support the research and habitat protection necessary to preserve Wisconsin bird life. WSO strives to alert members and the public to situations and practices that threaten Wisconsin's bird populations. Includes the WSO birding hotline reports.