Welcome to WildBirds.com
Our goal is to help people learn about birds and enjoy bird watching.
Here you'll find helpful articles and discussions about all things birding, from how to identify birds to feeding birds, where to find them, what tools can help you be a better birder, and answers to some common questions.  We hope you enjoy it!

Birds from the new Thayer Birding CD-ROM version 3.9

Birding around your yard and around the world

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Where Are the Birds?
Spring migration is a great time to go out and look for  unusual birds

Here is Where You Might Start Your Search:  

 Top 250 Birding Locations

Blackburnian warbler   American Goldfinch  Baltimore Oriole

As you become interested in seeing more birds, you soon realize you need to visit different habitats. You have to go find the birds -- they are not going to come to you! Your state or province has dozens of birding locations you will want to explore.
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250 Birding "Hot Spots"



Which Binocular Would You Recommend to a Friend?
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How Old Were You When You First Started Birding?

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What Do You Take With You When Birding?
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Features in Version 3.5
This Feature-Rich DVD Includes:
Export songs and photod to iPod
Multiple color photos for each bird
Identify unknown birds
Side-by-side comparisons
Hundreds of fun quizzes
Easy to use!

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Identify 400-600 species
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