Late summer — and this year's young birds are growing up. Mike Hamilton's camera has found them unfurling new feathers, practicing essential skills, and sometimes . . . looking a little confused by it all. [We've named the birds below their pictures, so you can guess what they are. Have
This blog is part of a series about the ways that members of the BirdNote community are working to #BringBirdsBack “Storytelling is really one of the most powerful tools in learning. It puts facts into context so we can relate to them.” -Ray Hamlyn The fight to #BringBirdsBack starts with
The Field Museum in Chicago is one of the world’s largest museums of natural history. In one visit, attendees can walk through the streets of ancient Egypt, see the skeleton of a titanosaur, and learn what meteorites tell us about the solar system. All before lunch!
Due to COVID-19 this trip has been postponed. We hope to make the trip in 2021. Join us for 18 days of wildlife viewing and cultural attractions! Travel to South Africa with BirdNote during the best time of year: the transition into spring and early summer. Visit the Greater Kruger
Did you know that the United States shares many migratory songbird species with our neighbors in Central and South America? Follow us along the migratory path of the beautiful Cerulean Warbler. And learn what the Rainforest Alliance is doing to conserve the bird’s breeding habitat in