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Where to Bird - updated August 2012


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

 

Birds of Indiana

Birds of My State
DVD

Sibley's Birds of
Eastern N. America

Birds of
Indiana

Indiana
Birds

 

State Bird: Northern Cardinal

State Checklists:
Indiana Bird Records Committee
NPWRC Bird Checklists - Indiana

Species Seen in Indiana: 418

State Ornithological Society:
Indiana Audubon Society

Rare Bird Alerts:
Archives

Electronic Mailing List:
Indiana Birding Listserv – IN-BIRD
To subscribe to this discussion list, send an email message to:
LISTSERV@LIST.AUDUBON.ORG with only the following text as your message (the subject does not matter; delete any signature that your email program adds) SUBSCRIBE IN-BIRD. Your email address from which you sent this message will then be placed on the IN-BIRD subscription list.

Maps:
Map of Important IN Bird Areas
Indiana Maps
Map of Birding Sites
 

Retail Birding Stores

Birding Links for Indiana:
Chipper Woods Bird Observatory
Indiana Birding Sites
Backyard Birding in Indiana
Soarin' Hawk Raptor Rehabilitation
Wayne County Birding
Indiana Hot Spots
Indiana Dunes Bird Watching
Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area
Patoka NWR
State Parks & Lakes
Spinn Prairie Nature Preserve
US Fish & Wildlife Service Refuges - Indiana
Terry Brennan Marsh
Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary

Indiana Organizations:
Audubon Chapters in Indiana
The Nature Conservancy - Indiana

Pete Thayer's Favorite Hot Spots:
Falls of the Ohio
38.28 N   85.76 W
Across the river from Louisville, Kentucky,  this can be a great birding spot when the Ohio River is low in late summer and early fall. Rarities like Baird's Sandpiper and Buff-breasted Sandpipers have been seen here. In winter, interesting gull species may appear at any time.

Indiana Dunes State Park
41.66 N   87.06 W
The shoreline of southern Lake Michigan is a great spot for loons, grebes, gulls and shorebirds. In between the dunes are forested or swampy areas where migrants like to hide. Spring migration is good for hawk watchers.

Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area
41.18 N   86.90 W
Sandhill Cranes are the main attraction in the spring and fall with late October the best time to visit. This is one of Indiana's largest wetland areas.

Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge
38.96 N   85.82 W
Waterfowl love this place. During the migration season over 15,000 birds may be present at one time. Marshy habitat, open fields and woodlands result in a wide variety of passerines as well.  This Refuge is located between Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville.

 

 

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