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Where to Bird - updated June 2011


United States of America -- Nevada
Discover the top birding locations in Nevada. Find out more about Nevada Bird Clubs and Birding Organizations in Nevada. Print out a checklist of Nevada birds. Find the Rare Bird Alert Phone Numbers for Nevada. Order books to help you become a better birder in Nevada. Discover links to Nevada Birding web sites. Print out special maps of Nevada before you begin your trip.

Birds of My State DVD

Western Bird Songs

Sibley Guide to Western Birds

Nevada Birds

Birds of My State
DVD

Western
Bird Songs

Sibley Guide to
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Nevada
Birds

State Bird: Mountain Bluebird

State Checklists:
Great Basin Bird Observatory
NPWRC Bird Checklists - Nevada

Species Seen in Nevada: 486

State Ornithological Society:
Great Basin Bird Observatory

Rare Bird Alerts:
Archives

Electronic mailing Lists:
Nevada birding listserv
To subscribe, send email to:
listserv@list.audubon.org with the message: subscribe nvbirds Yourfirstname Yourlastname

Maps:
Nevada Maps

Retail Birding Stores

Birding Links for Nevada:
Birding Around Las Vegas
Southern Nevada Birding Trails
Nevada Breeding Bird Atlas
The Goshutes Raptor Project
Springwings Bird Festival
Himalayan Snowcock
Hot Spots
Birding Reno, Nevada
Northern Nevada Birds
Stillwater NWR
Ruby Lake NWR
Nevada State Parks
US Fish & Wildlife Service Refuges 

Nevada Organizations:
Audubon Chapters in Nevada
   Lahontan Audubon Society   
  
Red Rock Audubon Society 
The Nature Conservancy - Nevada

Pete Thayer's Favorite Hot Spots:
Corn Creek Field Station
36.47 N  115.32 W
This oasis in the Desert National Wildlife range is about an hour north of Las Vegas. Check the desert scrub for LeConte's Thrasher. Spring and fall migration are good for passerines. Follow your early morning trip here with a drive up Mount Charleston.

Lamoille Canyon Scenic Byway / Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge
40.75 N   115.46 W
The Ruby Mountains are home to the introduced Himalayan Snowcock. Hike up to Island Lake to find their habitat. The  best time to visit is mid-July through August.

Mount Charleston / Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forest
36.28 N  115.68 W
This area is northwest of Las Vegas. You will discover a variety of pine forests on the road to the summit. Stop at picnic areas and

Red Rock Canyon
36.18 N  115.42 W
Look here for Mojave Desert species before you try your luck in nearby Las Vegas. Continue south to Spring Mountain Ranch State Park for Summer Tanager and Crissal Thrasher.

 

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