¤Visit the Online Nature Mall
¤The Audubon Organization
¤State Ornithological Organizations
¤Audubon Chapters and Events
¤Other Birding Organizations
¤Other Nature & Conservation Organizations
¤What You Can Do to Help
¤Birding in Kansas City - Sites with Interpretive Centers
¤Birding in Kansas and Missouri
¤Education and Government Sites
¤Products for Nature Lovers
¤Other Sites of Interest
Visit the Online Nature Mall
This is our nature store
in affiliation with Thayer Birding Software. You
can buy great nature products and help Burroughs raise money at the
same time. Ten percent of all sales are returned to Burroughs Audubon Society!
The Audubon Organization:
National Audubon Society --
The main website for Audubon on the internet. Find out about
programs and environmental campaigns run by Audubon, information on local chapters, etc.
Audubon Missouri -- The state office coordinates and
represents the interests of the 14 Missouri chapters of the National Audubon Society.
Audubon of Kansas -- Though not affiliated with National
Audubon, this organization is the premier environmental and nature-based tourism advocacy group in the state.
State Ornithological Organizations:
Audubon Society of
Missouri -- All about the state ornithological organization and its birding
activities. Includes excerpts from the BlueBird journal and link to
MOBIRDS-L Listserv discussion group.
Ornithological Society -- The website of the KOS. Information
includes: membership, meetings, officers, links, etc.
Audubon Chapters and Events:
Other Birding Organizations:
American Birding Association
-- The official website for competitive "listers". Also, a rich source of
birding literature and location specific guides.
Other Nature & Conservation Organizations:
Missouri Prairie Foundation -- MPF works with public and private partners to protect and restore our prairie and native grassland communities through land acquisition, management, education and research.
Grassland Heritage Foundation -- Operating primarily in Northeast Kansas, GHF was founded in 1975 with the dual mission of preserving prairies and increasing public awareness of our prairie heritage.
Kansas Native Plant Society -- The Kansas Native Plant Society (KNPS) educates the public about Kansas plants – wildflowers, grasses, trees, shrubs, and lesser known groups, including sedges, rushes, liverworts, mosses, and ferns.
Missouri Native Plant Society -- MONPS is an organization devoted to the conservation and study of plants growing wild in Missouri, educating the public about the significance of native flora and its habitat, and to the publication of related information.
Idalia Society of Mid-American Lepidopterists -- Founded in 1989 to promote the study, appreciation and preservation of the lepidoptera (butterflies and moths) of Missouri and the central Great Plains.
The Nature Conservancy
-- The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to preserve the plants, animals
and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by
protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.
Sierra Club -- America's oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organization.
Defenders of Wildlife -- Defenders of
Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants
in their natural communities. We focus our programs on what scientists consider
two of the most serious environmental threats to the planet: the accelerating
rate of extinction of species and the associated loss of biological diversity,
and habitat alteration and destruction.
National Wildlife Federation -- Get updates on
the top issues affecting wildlife and the environment today. Learn how to take
political action, use the news media and organize a community. Review a synopsis
of key votes on conservation issues.
Environmental Defense Fund -- a leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the environmental rights of all people, including future generations. Among these rights are access to clean air and water, healthy and nourishing food, and flourishing ecosystems.
Natural Resources Defense Council -- the nation's most effective environmental action group, combining the grassroots power of 1.3 million members and online activists with the courtroom clout and expertise of more than 350 lawyers, scientists and other professionals.
What You Can Do to Help:
Kansas City WildLands Coalition
-- KC WildLands is a coalition of resource professionals, private conservation
organizations and conservation minded citizens established to restore and manage
the remnants of Kansas City's original landscape. Interested in finding out more
about Kansas City WildLands? Interested in future workdays? Call 816-561-1061 ext.
116 to get on the mailing list. In addition, share the KC WildLands leaflet
with your fiends and neighbors.
Missouri Master Naturalist TM Program -- An adult, community-based natural resource education and volunteer service
program. Its purpose is to develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach and service
dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities for the State
Missouri Master Naturalist TM of Greater Kansas City -- The Osage Trails Chapter
Missouri Stream Team -- Missouri Stream Team is a working partnership of citizens who are concerned about Missouri streams and rivers. The Stream Team Program provides an opportunity for all citizens to get invloved in river conservation.
Blue River Watershed Association -- BRWA focuses its efforts in 3 areas - community education, environmental stewardship and strategic partnerships. Our goal is to inform Kansas Citians about watershed concerns, like flooding and poor water quality, and to engage our community in addressing these issues, so that we can all enjoy the benefits of clean rivers and streams, great recreational opportunities and a healthier, more beautiful Kansas City.
Heartland Tree Alliance -- Your resource in the Kansas City region for information about trees, and ways to take action on behalf of our community trees. Volunteer Training for a Healthy Community Forest is a comprehensive training class where participants learn everything from tree identification and species selection to urban soils and diagnosing tree problems.
Missouri Teaming With Wildlife Coalition -- Teaming With Wildlife is a national coalition of more than 6,300 conservation organizations and businesses working together to prevent wildlife from becoming endangered. The coalition supports dedicated funding for fish, forest and wildlife conservation, education and outdoor recreation.
Children in Nature Challenge -- The Children in Nature Challenge is a program to recognize communities and families who create opportunities for their children to get outside and discover nature firsthand. A number of resources from Missouri state agencies can help communities get started.
Heartland Renewable Energy Society -- All of the activities of the Society - the Sustainable Homes Tour and Energy Fair, Workshops, Newsletter, Website, Email Lists, Presentations, Educating, Monitoring, and Reporting on Legislative Activities - are performed by volunteers who feel strongly about the imperative of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sensible sustainable development.
Concerned Citizens of Platte County, Inc.
-- We believe energy efficiency and renewables can keep electricity rates low, create jobs and avoid health risks. Our mission is to convince the public and our leaders that this is a better idea. In 2007 we settled our legal action concerning KCP&L's Iatan Power Plant near Weston, MO with a landmark agreement.
Heartland All Species Project
-- HASP's mission is to encourage neighborhood community that addresses the environmental crisis through a broad range of programs including: teen education and engagement, organic markets, educational festivals, energy saving classes, film discussion series, and more.
Lenexa's Rain To Recreation Program
-- The Rain to Recreation Program is The City of Lenexa's innovative regional, watershed approach
to address stormwater quantity and quality. Goals of the Program are to reduce flooding,
protect water quality and natural habitat and provide recreational and educational
10,000 Rain Gardens
-- A Kansas City metropolitan area initiative! Water quality is a regional concern. 10,000 Rain Gardens is dedicated
to educating the public about what citizens can do to improve water quality and manage stormwater on personal and community
-- Engage in KC's future! Developed by Mid-America Regional Council (MARC), this site is part of a
citizen engagement effort to foster vigorous public dialogue about issues facing metropolitan Kansas City.
Over time, this site will become a hub for public engagement — a first stop for people
to find out how to get involved in regional decision making.
Regional Transit Alliance
-- As the voice for thousands of transit advocates in our region, the Kansas City Regional Transit Alliance is a
nonprofit advocacy group committed to improving the status of public transit in our region. The RTA's Smart Moves
program is a cooperative project between the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC), the Kansas City Area Transit Authority,
Johnson County Transit and the Unified Government (Wyandotte Co.) Transit.
Audubon Take Action -- Opportunities to participate
in the environmental and conservation advocacy campaigns of National Audubon through
letters and emails to your elected representatives and other political officials.
Cats Indoors! -- A campaign of the American
Bird Conservancy to encourage cat owners to keep their cats indoors and advocates laws,
regulations, and policies to protect cats and birds, including the humane removal of
free-roaming cats from areas important to wildlife. The campaign promotes grassroots
efforts to address the issue at state and local levels.
-- For more than a decade, Birders' Exchange has been supporting bird research and conservation by providing materials and equipment to a variety of partners in Latin America. They depend upon the generous financial and in-kind support of individuals who realize the power of putting optics and reference material in the hands of people.
Birding in Kansas City - Sites with Interpretive Centers:
Martha Lafite Thompson Nature Sanctuary
(Liberty, MO) -- A private, nonprofit nature sanctuary and center with 100 acres of
land (Rush Creek Conservation Area) leased from the Missouri Department of Conservation.
The sanctuary has two asphalt trails, one of which is ADA accessible. The ADA accessible
trail (a.k.a. Rush Creek Trail) is about a 1 mile round-trip to the creek overlook and
back. Trails are open seven days a week from 8:30 in the morning to the time posted on
the entrance gate (about 1/2 hour before sunset). The Nature Center is located at the
end of the driveway, and inside are pleasant things such as: restrooms, drinking fountains,
exhibits (including live animals), classrooms, and a gift shop. For hours and location, go
to the sanctuary's website.
Ernie Miller Nature Center
(Olathe, KS) -- Ernie Miller Nature Center was the first Nature Center in Johnson
County. The Center provides an opportunity for learning, understanding, and admiring
nature's ever- changing ways. It is the focal point of cultural, historical, and
environmental education programming offered to all ages by the Johnson County Park
and Recreation District. The Center contains displays, live animals, and Nature's
Corner Gift Shop, along with a friendly, knowledgeable staff eager to share their
knowledge of nature. Park Trails Open Dawn to Dusk Daily.
The Overland Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
(Johnson County, KS)
-- Nestled among mature trees with paths to solitude, the 300
acre Arboretum and Botanical Gardens allows you to lose track of time and forget about
the worries of the day. The Arboretum, located less than a mile west of U.S. Highway 69
on 179th Street, exemplifies Overland Park's vision to remain in the forefront of
environmental and ecological initiatives. Goals to bring educational, recreational
and cultural opportunities to the facility support that vision. Nearly 85 percent of
the property will be dedicated to the preservation and restoration of natural ecosystems.
The remaining portion will include traditional botanical gardens, a 16,000 square foot
visitors center, an 8,000 square foot conservatory, as well as a maintenance facility.
Overland Park Arboretum, 8909 W. 179th St., Bucyrus, KS 66013
Burr Oak Woods Conservation Nature Center (Blue Springs, MO) --
Missouri Department of Conservation operated nature center and public access natural area, with trail system.
For family-oriented nature activities and classes, check out the Calendar of Events on the homepage of the
Burr Oak Woods website.
The Anita B. Gorman Conservation Discovery Center (Kansas City, MO) --
Discover ten acres of gardens, wetlands, walkways and wildlife that surround the Discovery Center building, located near
the banks of Brush Creek at Troost in Kauffman Legacy Park. The environmentally friendly building houses information and
outreach services of the Missouri Department of Conservation and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The
Anita B. Gorman Conservation Discovery Center provides a unique educational experience as well as a quiet place of
reflection for residents and visitors alike to enjoy and appreciate nature's offerings.
Lakeside Nature Center (Kansas City, MO) --
Owned by the Kansas City Missouri Parks Department and jointly operated with Friends of Lakeside
Nature Center, Inc., a nature center in the heart of Swope Park, with trail system and
outdoor interpretive stations describing the glade area features atop the Bethany
Falls limestone formation bluffs.
Burroughs Nature Center and Library (Blue Springs, MO) --
Enjoy bird watching with 12 feeders attracting many species and a demonstration prairie.
For purchase, you will find bird feeders, bird guides and birdseed. Hours of operation
are Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The
Burroughs Audubon Library is located in beautiful Fleming Park
/ Lake Jacomo. Call 816-795-8177
for more details.
Cave Spring / William M. Klein Park (Kansas City, MO) --
This historic site was once a rest stop on the Santa Fe Trail, the farm of Harry S. Truman's
grandfather and is now a 36-acre nature park operated by Cave Spring Association, Inc.
On a visit to Cave Spring, you will find an interpretive center with changing exhibits,
picnic area, hiking trails, wildlife pond habitat, butterfly garden and small cave.
Guided hikes and educational programs are available for school field trips and organized
groups. Interpretive Center hours are Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Hiking trails are open
daily 9 a.m. - Sunset. Call 816-358-2283 or visit us at 8701 E. Gregory Blvd.
Mr. & Mrs. F.L. Schlagle Library - An Environmental
Learning Center (Kansas City, KS) -- Located at Wyandotte County Lake Park, this KCK Public Library
branch is a year-round interactive library, nature center, and nature trail offering
scientific, educational, cultural, informational, and recreational opportunities to
visitors of all ages. As part of the Kansas City, Kansas Public Library system, it
offers access to online databases, the KCKPL online web catalog, and a wide variety
of activities, lessons, and virtual web resources. The library will also feature
special art exhibits related to nature and the environment and a variety of programs
for children and adults.
Prairie Oak Nature Center at Ironwoods Park (Leawood, KS) --
The Prairie Oak Nature Center offers fun environmental education programs for all ages. Stop by the Nature Center or
look in the Leawood Parks and Recreation Guide to see programs that are currently scheduled. In addition to the
scheduled programs our on-site naturalist will work with teachers, youth leaders and other organizations to provide a
program just for their group.
Kemper Outdoor Education Center (Blue Springs, MO) --
The Jackson County Parks & Recreation Department facility in Fleming Park offers guided interpretive programs for
classrooms, youth groups and organizations large and small. Choose from programs as simple as a nature hike through the
outdoor classroom to an all day multi-station outdoor adventure. Their X-Stream Green Program is a multi-station outdoor
education program designed for first through fifth graders. Call (816) 229-8980 for programming options.
The Kansas City Nature Coalition -- a collaboration of
ten nature-based organizations that, with funding help from BankAmerica, have built a website to serve
as a single entrance portal to all of the various and separate websites of the group.
Birding in Kansas and Missouri:
Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge
(Mound City, MO) -- Featuring over 7,000 acres of wetlands, prairie
and loess bluffs, Squaw Creek has a 10-mile auto tour loop and
several hiking trails. Fall migration can bring several hundred thousand
snow geese annually, as well as eagle counts in the hundreds! Awesome!
Birding in Kansas
-- A new website to help you find locations to go birdwatching in Kansas. The site includes a clickable map of Kansas where you can find
individual county birding information. Not all county information will be available initially, but as they are finished, counties will
be posted with an active link. Eventually, this site will aid you in finding birding locations in all 105 Kansas counties and birding hotspots.
Online Atlas of MO Conservation Areas
-- Find area maps for Missouri Conservation Areas from around the state
(maps are .pdf files - requires Acrobat or free Acrobat Reader to view).
KC Birding Walks.com -- Guide to casual birding and hiking in the Kansas City area.
There are many great hiking and nature trails in the Kansas City area. This website provides information to help Kansas City area residents
and visitors get started in casual hiking and bird-watching -- a healthful, inexpensive learning activity for people of all ages. The website
includes: locations and descriptions of hiking trails within about 30 miles of Kansas City, MO, a list of birds in the KC area and trail sites
where they may be seen, pictures and links for bird identification, references and links to resources for hiking and birding, such as how to
select hiking shoes, how to choose binoculars, and types of bird feeders and benefits of nature hiking.
Education and Government Sites:
Missouri River Bird Observatory -- A newly established non-profit organization whose mission is to contribute to the conservation of Missouri’s migratory and resident birds through scientific research and monitoring, community outreach, and education.
USF&W Duck Stamp Website -- USF&W Duck Stamp web site for birders. Information about the program and how
purchasing a duck stamp allows for free admission to all national wildlife refuges for that year.
Breeding Bird Survey
-- Information and maps on the distribution of breeding birds in
North America. Compiled since 1966.
The Nightjar Survey Network
-- A new and powerful annual monitoring strategy, coordinated by The Center for Conservation Biology,
to collect information on population distribution and trends of Nightjars over large regions.
Nocturnal behaviors of Nightjars are influenced strongly by moonlight. Activities such as calling and foraging increase
under bright moonlight conditions, and it is thought that breeding may actually be timed with the
lunar schedule. Protocols have been designed for this survey to take advantage of these behaviors
by conducting surveys only during bright moonlit nights so detection rates will be higher and
Christmas Bird Count
-- Find out more about this program, look at data from past counts,
see how to take part.
Cornell University Laboratory
of Ornithology -- Visit the online site for the Cornell Lab of
Ornithology which offers ongoing 'citizen science' projects like Project Feeder Watch
in which both kids and adults can participate.
Missouri Department of Conservation
-- The official website for this state agency, including some very good reference information.
Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
-- Contains information about the Breeding Bird Survey, Bird Banding
Lab, Bird ID info, Migratory Birds and more.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Website
-- All about this bureau within the Department of the Interior.
-- A project of the Driftwood Wildlife Association, The purpose of this site is to
promote the conservation of Chimney Swifts through public education, preservation of
existing habitat and creation of new nesting and roosting sites.
The Powdermill Avian Research Center at Powdermill Nature Reserve
-- Established in 1956 as a field station of the Pittsburgh, PA based Carnegie Museum of Natural History for long-term
studies of natural populations - their life histories, behaviors, and ecological relationships. This site has amazing photos
and notes from their seasonal bird banding station! Truly, a must see website for birders!
The Purple Martin Conservation Association
-- The Purple Martin Conservation Association is the only organization devoted exclusively to the
scientific study of Purple Martins (Progne subis), their biology, and habitat requirements. Since their
founding in 1986, they've spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on research, education, and on
developing and improving products for martins.
The Linda Hall Library of Science, Engineering & Technology
-- In 1947, the purchase of the entire library of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences provided the foundation
of a rare book and reference collection to support research in the history of science and technology. This collection
includes John James Audubon's The Birds of America double elephant folio edition containing Havell's engravings. In addition, the
Linda Hall Lecture Series offers a series of lectures on contemporary and historical topics in science, engineering, and
Nature in the City
-- A popular quarterly program of Kansas City's KCUR-FM 89.3 public radio station. Hosted by long-time KC talk show host, Walt Bodine, callers phone in their questions and observations about animal goings on to seasoned experts, Carla Bascom and Joe Werner. Past shows are now archived for your edification and listening pleasure.
-- PROJECT WILDBIRD is a landmark study of seed and feeder preferences of wild birds in the United States and Canada. From September 2005 through August 2008, PROJECT WILDBIRD will scientifically study the feeds and feeders preferred by birds in different eco-regions and seasons. Click here to see how you can participate in this scientific study.
Products for Nature Lovers:
Wild Birds & Beyond
-- Great nature-related products!! Bird & Other Wildlife Feeders; Bird &
Other Wildlife Houses; Bird & Other Wildlife Food; Gifts & Stationary
(Shade-Grown Coffee!); Children's Items; Art; Home Décor; Clothing;
Hardware & Accessories; Personal Care Items; Wind Chimes & Wind Socks/Spinners;
Jewelry (Life List Pins!!); Books; Optics; Birdbaths & Other Water Features;
Audio/Video; Software; Clocks, Thermometers, Signs & Rain Gauges........and MORE!!
Wild Bird Center - Prairie Village
-- The Wild Bird Center is a specialty retail shop that offers a
complete line of products to help you enjoy wild birds, along with
other wildlife that may visit your backyard. Our birdseed and
exclusive seed blends are field-tested and proven to attract a
variety of birds. We offer an extensive selection of feeders,
birdbaths, nest boxes, and other bird feeding products second to
none. We carry a large selection of books, and our selection of
binoculars and spotting scopes can help you spot songbirds at the
bird feeder, or hawks migrating overhead.
Wild Bird Center - Independence
-- The Wild Bird Center is a specialty retail shop that offers a complete line of products to help you enjoy wild birds
and foster a healthy backyard habitat. Our birdseed and exclusive seed blends are field-tested and proven to attract a
variety of birds. We also have a wide selection of wind chimes, garden and patio flags, indoor and outdoor fountains,
garden statuary and many other items that will make your backyard feel like home. Either Ardys, Kate, George or Dennis
are always on hand to share our expertise and assist in anyway we can with your birding questions and needs.
Wild Birds Unlimited - Leawood, KS
-- Located at 11711 Roe (next to Comfort Plus Shoes), we offer the best birdfeeding products, advice, and regionally formulated seed blends. Wild Birds Unlimited Certified Birdfeeding
Specialists are trained to fill your backyard birdfeeding hobby needs.
Wild Birds Unlimited - Liberty, MO
-- Located 3 blocks west of I-35 (Liberty exit) at Hwy 152 and NE Flintlock, Wild Birds Unlimited has Certified
Birdfeeding Specialists who are trained to show you how to turn your yard into a birdfeeding habitat that not only
brings song, color and life to your home, but also benefits the birds and environment. Based on years of research and
experience, our products are designed to be the highest quality birdfeeders and birdfeeding equipment on the market today.
Backyard Bird Center - Kansas City, MO
-- Located north of the river, at 6212 NW Barry Road, The Backyard Bird Center was recently named Wild Delight Wild Bird
Food Independent Retailer of the Year. Owner Mark McKellar is a wildlife biologist with over 20 years of bird study
experience. We strive to carry high quality nature-oriented products that are both functional and attractive. Our
shelves are filled with many of the top names in the bird feeding industry: Droll Yankee, Aspects, Duncraft, Nikon,
Erva, Wild Delight, and many more! As Mark likes to say, "Come by and lets talk birds".
Wild Bird House - Overland Park, KS
-- Great gifts for the bird lover you know, or if you are one, you are sure to find some great items.
Official IBWP Stamps & Prints -- Official Ivory-billed Woodpecker conservation stamps and limited edition prints are being offered for sale in cooperation
with the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission, Cornell Lab of Ornithology and The Nature Conservancy. Sales help fund the conservation
efforts of these members of the
Big Woods Conservation Partnership. Standard Edition prints are offered in a limited number of 20,000, with an additional 500 Arkansas Governor Edition and 2400 Search Team Signature Edition prints. Prints & stamps can also be purchased from
Grisham's Art and Larry Chandler Art.
Walkin' Jim Stoltz
-- Walkin' Jim's music springs from the land itself. Most of his songs are written out in the wilds. Song topics range
from nineteenth century mountain men, to grizzly bears and mountain lions; from rosy desert evenings, to fresh mountain
rainbows. During life, Jim toured America inspiring people to act on behalf of our wild places with his
Forever Wild music and multi-media show. Jim also established a non-profit environmental organization, Musicians United to Sustain the Environment
(M.U.S.E.) with two primary goals. First, to raise funds for effective grassroots environmental projects through CD
sales, concerts, and public donations. Secondly, to heighten environmental awareness as M.U.S.E. artisits ply their musical craft.
Kevin Sink Photography
-- For more than 20 years, Kevin Sink Photography has produced high quality photographic prints featuring compelling natural and urban landscape images. Kevin's affinity for the natural world results in an ability to translate the delicate moods and artistry of nature to the final print. Kevin Sink's nature images have been featured in a variety of publications including National Geographic Traveler and Nature Conservancy Magazine.
Nature Related Magazines & Periodicals
-- Order magazine subscriptions through this link, and Burroughs Audubon will receive a percentage
of the sale from Amazon.com!
Other Sites of Interest:
Audubon Birding Basics
-- This site provides useful tips for beginning birders, such as information on
buying binoculars, how to select and use bird guides, where to look and how to
listen for birds, and opportunities to get involved with birding, and more,
through local Audubon Chapters, Centers, and Citizen Science projects.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology All About Birds
-- This site includes a dynamic online guide for bird identification and
information including: photos, range maps, songs and calls, natural history
information on habitat, food, reproduction, behavior, and more. This site really
is what we've all been waiting for in a rich, online birding reference! Not to
mention, IT'S FREE!
The Birder's Library
-- Book reviews for birders, and more...
All Best Binocular Reviews
-- Investing in new binoculars is a serious decision. Thankfully, AllBestBinoculars.com is here to help you research the best binoculars for your needs, find them at the cheapest price, and make the right decision when buying new binoculars or spotting scopes.
-- This site by Michael Shepard includes an index of a few hundred western hemisphere and antarctic birds,
as well as an image gallery and bird quizzes that include gulls, waders and waterfowl.
Patuxent Bird Identification Information Center
-- A website of the U.S. Geological Survey. Contains photos, songs, ID tips, maps,
life history info for North American birds.
Terrence Thompson's Photography
-- A photographic website of Birds of the Midwest, and more.
Life Histories of North American Birds by Arthur Cleveland Bent, et. al.
-- This is a web browser-based electronic book collection of Life Histories of North
American Birds, selected from the hundreds of species biographies assembled and
written by Arthur Cleveland Bent and his collaborators and published in a twenty-one
volume series between 1919 and 1968 by the United States Government Printing Office.
Hummingbirds.net - by Lanny Chambers
-- a very good site with lots of info about hummers, including migration maps.
Hummingbird Pictures Guide - by Joshua Fall
-- a website with pictures of 37 hummingbirds and nests (most of which can't be found anywhere else), as well as
accounts of each species and links to other resources on the Web.
The Raptor Gallery - by Charlie Kaiser
-- this site has a photo gallery on raptors and is a member of the falconry webring.
-- the Kansas City metro area's premier digital magazine for the generalist in all
of us. Published since 1994, infoZine brings its readers features and cartoons that enhance
their lives -- lives that aren't lived in caves, but are inter-connected with the world.
Spanning a broad spectrum of age groups and cultures, infoZine features focus on the arts,
business, community, computer, cyberspace, education, environment, family, food and recipes,
health, kids, politics, consumer information, science, sports and travel.
Foto Search Stock Photography - Foto Search has a searchable online library of stock photography that includes thousands of pictures of birds and other wildlife. Unlimited searches and viewing are free, so come and enjoy these beautiful photos, illustrations, and even video clips!
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