You don’t need a feeder–you just need a bird-friendly space to observe at your convenience.
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What Birds are Visiting Your Yard?
Photo credit: Emily Keeler, Cornell Lab of Ornithology 159 Sapsucker Woods Rd. Ithaca NY 14850
Get ready—FeederWatch begins tomorrow, November 1! Have you ever wondered how the birds in your yard compare to those in your neighborhood? Project FeederWatch has the answers. If you join FeederWatch and start collecting observations about the birds in your yard, we will show you how your birds compare to those around you. You don’t need a feeder–you just need a bird-friendly space to observe at your convenience. That’s right – no feeders necessary! If you maintain any sort of habitat for birds, FeederWatch is for you.
“I am a new FeederWatch member and I love it! It’s so easy to enter my data, and all the charts and graphs are just amazing and so interesting. I feel like I am learning so much about my little winged visitors.” –Alida Bockino, Moscow, ID
The $18 annual membership fee in the U.S., or a donation of any amount in Canada, covers everything you need to get started, including a bird identification poster, a calendar for keeping track of your counting days, and a suite of online tools for tracking your birds (including access to our mobile app!).
Project Feederwatch Posters
Order at feederwatch.org or click to visit bridgerlandaudubon.org.
We hope to hear about your birds!
When you join FeederWatch you will receive:
Double-sided poster of eastern and western common feeder birds
Bird-Watching Days Calendar
Tools to track your birds over time on our website and mobile app
Our annual summary, Winter Bird Highlights
Digital access to Living Bird magazine
Have questions about FeederWatch?
Find answers to your questions on the FeederWatch website.
Photo credit: Emily Keeler
Cornell Lab of Ornithology 159 Sapsucker Woods Rd. Ithaca NY 14850
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