Wild Bird Company − Boulder, CO
Wild Bird Resources, Websites & Links
Click through the links, below, to various Birding Resources.
Under our "Wild Bird Company Birding Resources" section, there are links where you can view: photo journals of our regular Saturday morning bird walks, a list of all the state birds with local birding resources for each state, archived emails, and product and feeding suggestions for attracting different species of wild birds to your backyard.
There are also "National Birding Organizations and Resources" and "Boulder and Colorado Wild Bird Resources" sections where you can find information and resources to satisfy your questions about wild birds.
Wild Bird Company Birding Resources
2018 Wild Bird Company Bird Walks
2017 Wild Bird Company Bird Walks
2016 Wild Bird Company Bird Walks
2015 Wild Bird Company Bird Walks
2014 Wild Bird Company Bird Walks
2013 Wild Bird Company Bird Walks
2012 Wild Bird Company Bird Walks
Attracting Wild Birds
List of US State Birds
Wild Bird Company Blog
Wild Bird Company Charts & Tips
Wild Bird Company Newsletter Archive
Wild Bird Company Regional Website Portals
Product and Feeding Suggestions for Attracting Different Species of Wild Birds to Your Backyard
National Birding Organizations and Resources
All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Birding in the United States - An Economic and Statistical Analysis
National Audubon Society
National Geographic Society − Birds
National Wildlife Refuge System
US Fish & Wildlife Service National Digital Library − Migratory Bird Section (Images, Videos, etc.)
Boulder and Colorado Wild Bird Resources
Local Colorado Wild Bird Resources & Links:
Boulder County Audubon Society: Excellent local lectures, field trips, wildlife inventory, education, and conservation projects.
Boulder Bird Club: The best local birding organization.
Boulder County Nature Association: Excellent natural history classes and field trips.
Colorado Bird Sightings Powered by eBird
Colorado Birding Society: For discussion of wild birds and birdwatching in Colorado.
Colorado Field Ornithologists: Statewide birding organization and host of "Cobirds" email list.
Colorado Sierra Club: Explore, enjoy, and protect the planet.
Denver Field Ornithologists: Promoting interest in the study and preservation of birds and their habitats.
Nature Conservancy of Colorado: Preserving the diversity of life on earth.
Local Birding Areas:
Boulder City Open Space and Mountain Parks: Local trail descriptions and maps.
Boulder County Open Space: Local trail descriptions and maps.
Longmont Open Space: Local trail descriptions and maps.
US Forest Service: Local trail descriptions and maps.
Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Sanctuary: Local center caring for orphaned and injured small birds and mammals.
Birds of Prey Foundation: Local rehabilitator of injured and orphaned hawks, eagles, and owls.
Kids and Nature:
Thorne Nature Experience: Great courses for kids and families.
Wild Bear Center for Nature Discovery: Great courses for kids and families.
Children & Nature Network: Reference material for connecting kids to nature.
Such n Such Bird Blog: Follow the Such brothers and birding through the eyes of these young birders.
Other Informative Wild Birding Resources Websites:
Colorado Bat Society: All kinds of information about CO bats.
Project Wildbird: A study about wild bird feeding.
Bill Schmoker: Local birder and photographer.