Birding Links

All About Birds
All About Birds is an online guide to birds and bird watching, produced by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. This website helps people learn the basics of birding, including useful tips on identification, birding hotspots, and ways that your observations can help birds by contributing to citizen science projects.


Cornell lab of Ornithology
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology brings together the agility and impact of an on-the-ground nonprofit organization with world-class science and teaching as part of Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Their work spans disciplines from science to art, engineering to education


eBird is among the world’s largest biodiversity-related science projects, with more than 100 million bird sightings contributed annually by eBirders around the world and an average participation growth rate of approximately 20% year over year. A collaborative enterprise with hundreds of partner organizations, thousands of regional experts, and hundreds of thousands of users, eBird is managed by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.


Riverlands Audubon Society
Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, near the confluence of the Missouri and the Mississippi, the Audubon Center at Riverlands is a destination that appeals to families, teachers, students, and nature-loving tourists from across the country and the globe. A flagship project of the National Audubon Society and Audubon Missouri, the Center offers world class birding, education, and outdoor opportunities along one of the most significant migratory flyways in the world – the Mississippi River. The Center is located within the Great Rivers Confluence Important Bird Area (IBA), an IBA that has been designated as globally significant by the National Audubon Society and BirdLife International


St Louis Audubon Society
The St. Louis Audubon Society was established in 1915 as the St. Louis Bird Club. In 1944, the Bird Club became the first local Audubon chapter in the United States. Today, the chapter consists of nearly 3,000 members across the St. Louis metropolitan region that includes portions of eleven counties in Missouri and Illinois.


Tree House Wildlife Center
Located on approximately eight serene and beautiful acres, it's the ideal environment for injured or orphaned animals who need time to recuperate. TreeHouse Wildlife Center is a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation center dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of native injured and orphaned wildlife.


Wild Bird Rehabilitation
Wild Bird Rehabilitation is the primary organization in the State of Missouri solely devoted to the care of songbirds. Their mission is to ensure the survival of native songbirds through professional medical care and education regarding their value and needs. They also provide public education regarding the humane treatment of wild songbirds and the conservation of their habitat.


World Bird Sanctuary
World Bird Sanctuary is both a unique St. Louis attraction and entertaining environmental education opportunity. With over 305 acres and over 200 animals in their care, they offer a one-of-a-kind wildlife experience. World Bird Sanctuary’s mission is to preserve, protect and inspire to safeguard bird species as part of the global community for future generations. Their vision is to create a world where diverse bird species are secure and thriving in a variety of stable ecological communities. They work to fulfill this mission through our six core competencies of sanctuary services, education, rehabilitation, propagation, research/field studies and advocacy efforts.