Links of interest
News about the environment:
Links to environmental and nature protection
The Saskatoon Nature Society has always had a particular interest in
birds. The following are links to bird watching sources of information:
- Saskatchewan birding blog by Nick Saunders
- Great wildlife photography by a SNS memeber May Haga
- Saskatchewan Bird Atlas project
- Quill Lakes International Bird Area
- Important Bird Areas of Canada
- Bird Studies Canada
- American Birding Association - comprehensive range of information and resoures for birders.
- All About Birds - by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
- The Great Backyard Bird Count
- Beginner's Guide to Bird Watching
- Hummingbird migration tracker - a Google Map-based resource
- A Guide to Finding Local Birds
- Boreal Songbird
Initiative - a project dedicated to educating birdwatchers
and naturalists throughout the United States and Canada about the importance
of the boreal forest to migratory birds
- Royal Ontario
Museum's "Explore Ontario's Biodiversity" website - allows
you to build your own field guide to the wildlife, including birds, of
any Ontario county. Provides picture, text, and sound for each species.
Also contains information on species at risk. A wonderful site.
- Birds! Newsletter
On-line - contains links to many birding sites, including major organizations,
tour companies, and some birding product suppliers. Even has some bird
games. A great browsing site.
- Guide to bird-watching from your window
- Using flowers to attract hummingbirds - a good resource if you wish to attract litle flying gems. The page provides additional links so there is no end to discovery.
- web Making Bird Houses with Unused Material at Home - check out some creative ideas on converting unused or waste material into bird houses. A great resource.
- Beyond Bird Feeders: A Complete Guide to Bird Watching - a great resource with links to birding guides, species identification guides, bird research and bird watching equipment
- Nova Scotia
Bird Society - includes links to many other sites.
- Birding Pals - through this web site
you can find a local birder who will show you around the area you plan to visit.
asked questions about birds
- U.S. National Biological Service,
Inventory and Monitoring
- OWL (The Ornithological
Web Library) - over 750 links to sites devoted to wild birds and their