RESOURCES

Not sure if that was a Great Horned Owl you heard last night? Here is an easy way to find out.

The Cornell Macauley Library of sounds and videos of birds and other animals is now online and free. The site is not limited to birds. You can listen to about anything you want. http://www.animalbehaviorarchive.org.

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology operates the incomparable Birds of North America website. It has a comprehensive reference covering the life histories of North America’s breeding birds. http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna

World Birding Center Nature Adventures in Texas
www.theworldbirdingcenter.com/

An interactive website developed to help students, volunteers and professionals improve their skills at identifying birds by sight or by sound. The site includes birds from throughout Canada, the U.S.A., and Mexico.
www.natureinstruct.org/dendroica/

Manitoba Birds and Birding in Manitoba, Canada
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Manitobabirds/

ND-Birds
https://listserv.nodak.edu/cgi-bin/wa.exe?A0=ND-BIRDS

Birding Manitoba (Travel Manitoba)
www.birdingmanitoba.com/

Nature Manitoba – Birding
www.naturemanitoba.ca/?q=birding

North Dakota Birding Society
www.ndbirdingsociety.com/

Dendroica (bird ID and song website)
www.natureinstruct.org/dendroica/

Oak Hammock Marsh
www.oakhammockmarsh.ca



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