Birds connect us with the joy and wonder of nature. By telling vivid, sound-rich stories about birds and the challenges they face, BirdNote inspires listeners to care about the natural world – and takes step to protect it.
Millions of birds have embarked on their annual migratory journeys, welcoming the fall season by traveling to their wintering grounds. Now, bird enthusiasts wishing to follow along with these birds’ travels have an amazing new tool to do so, thanks to the National Audubon Society and
BirdNote invites everyone to tune into the Bring Birds Back, a podcast produced by BirdNote, on Wednesday, October 19, and join host Tenijah Hamilton once again to experience the joy of birds and the ways that humans can help through simple, everyday actions. Season 3 is a six-part series
Thank you for joining BirdNote and friends for our first ever Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon event! We hope you enjoyed this collaborative experience. On Wednesday, September 28, BirdNote and partners hosted a collaborative Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon event to make bird-related Wikipedia pages more
On September 6th, BirdNote is launching "BirdNote en español" – a new BirdNote Daily mini-series. This series will contain twelve episodes, each available in both English and Spanish. The upcoming September installments are: The Wilson’s Phalarope's Dance / El baile del falaropo de Wilson*
Watch this special BirdNote video, featuring Ray Young Bear. Ray Young Bear is a writer, musician and a member of Meskwaki Nation. He wrote and recorded a song in the Meskwaki language titled “A Grandchild’s Song for Robins in Year Two of Pandemic.” The song is part of a new music