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Birds in New York

Birds of New York

Known for its rich and diverse geography and ecosystems, New York State ranks among the highest in the eastern United States for bird diversity, attracting many common and uncommon birds from the Adirondacks to the Hudson River Valley to New York City's urban parks. While there are no strictly unique birds, New York is an important habitat for many specialized bird species.
May 10, 2024 — Jie LI
Birds of Connecticut

Birds of Connecticut

Connecticut's bird life is rich and diverse, with more than 400 species recorded within its borders. These include both resident birds that inhabit the state year-round and migratory birds that migrate seasonally. They weave a tapestry of avian wonders that entices enthusiasts to explore and cherish Connecticut's natural treasures.
May 09, 2024 — Stella Huang
Birds of Texas

Birds in Texas

Texas is known for its vast geographic and ecological diversity, which has contributed to the area's rich and diverse bird communities. While Texas is home to many birds that can be found in other areas, it is also filled with many unique birds that play an important role in the ecosystem and have distinctive characteristics.
May 08, 2024 — Jie LI
Birds of Florida

Birds in Florida

Florida is home to a wide variety of birds, from the common blue jay and northern mockingbird to state-exclusive specialties such as the Florida Scrub-Jay and the Roseate Spoonbill. such rich bird diversity is largely attributable to Florida's diverse ecosystems. 
Blackbirds of Florida

Black Birds in Florida

Black birds are an integral part of Florida's diverse bird population. From adaptable crows and grackles to iconic blackbirds, these species thrive across various ecosystems, including wetlands, forests, and urban areas. Their presence highlights the ecological balance and rich biodiversity that Florida has to offer.
May 03, 2024 — Jie LI
Birds of Washington State

Birds of Washington State

Washington's rich biodiversity, diverse ecosystems and vibrant birdlife make it a haven for birdwatchers and nature lovers. Some 500 species of birds call Washington home, and from the majestic Northern Flicker and Steller's Jay to the tiny Golden-crowned Kinglet and Bewick's Wren, there's always a fascinating bird to be found here.
May 01, 2024 — Stella Huang
Birds of Massachusetts

Birds of Massachusetts

Embark on a tour of Massachusetts' avian wonders.From sun-drenched coastal plains to misty mountain slopes, each of Massachusetts' bird species has its own unique charm. Join us for an in-depth look at the lives of these feathered wonders, from the joyous melodies of songbirds to the graceful aerial displays of raptors.
April 30, 2024 — Stella Huang
Birds of Indiana

Birds of Indiana

From woodlands to wetlands, Indiana's rich habitats provide homes for a wide variety of birds. Whether you're a seasoned birder or new to the world of birding, let's soar through Indiana's fascinating world of birds!
April 30, 2024 — Stella Huang
Birds in Iowa

Birds of Iowa

Iowa is rich in ecosystems ranging from expansive prairies and dense woodlands to thriving wetlands and rivers. This diverse habitat supports a wide variety of bird species, attracting both resident and migratory birds
North Carolina Birds

North Carolina Birds

North Carolina is home to a wide variety of bird species. From the iconic Bald Eagle soaring over coastal waters to the tiny Ruby-throated Hummingbird flitting through garden flowers, North Carolina offers birdwatchers plenty of opportunities to observe and appreciate the beauty of nature.
April 24, 2024 — Stella Huang
Penguin Watching

On A Penguin Quest For All 18 Species!

You can't not be happy around penguins. You're unfortunately happy and cold, but the happiness makes up for the coldness.” Carla Gugino That quote is true for the majority of the species, but there are always exceptions to the rule!
April 23, 2024 — Susan K Woodruff
Birds of Tennessee

Birds in Tennessee

Tennessee's geographic location in the southeastern United States and its diverse climate and ecology have led to a rich variety of bird species in Tennessee, including a wide range of migratory and resident birds, as well as endemic species inhabiting different ecosystems.